Design Thinking workshop

Let your team guide you in the design process from problem definition to interactive prototype within 2 days

Why a Design Thinking workshop?

Come together in a creative mind set

In a Design Thinking workshop, team members come together with an attitude of openness and creativity. They encourage each other to think freely, share ideas, and inspire each other. This helps generate innovative solutions and build a close-knit team.

Learn to solve problems from a design methodology

Every customer problem can be solved in the iterative design method from UX and Service Design: put yourself in the user's shoes, generate ideas, make solutions testable and ask for feedback as soon as possible.

Discover opportunities for innovation and success

By converging from abstract ideas into testable solutions and validating them early with users, concrete action points are created that add value to growth and success for your organization.

Design Thinking for your organization?

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What does a Design Thinking workshop look like?


Getting to know users


Defining the problem


Generating ideas and solutions


Prototype building


Validate with users

Who is the host?

After studying Communication & Multimedia Design in Rotterdam, Revi joined Lost Boys Amsterdam as Sr. UX Designer specialized in rapidly exploring and developing strategic directions in the form of interactive prototypes. Early validation with users and including stakeholders on the customer side are key here. Since 2011, Revi has been using his design methods as a freelance digital strategist and UX Designer. With 20 years of experience, Revi likes to take others along in his passion for the profession.

Design Thinking for your organization?

Book a call to learn more about the workshop.

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Want to know more?

Curious about what Design Thinking can do for your organization? Book a call or send an email for more information.

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Revi K├Ârnmann

Sr. Digital Product Designer