Design Thinking Toolkit, Activity 7 – Competitors & Complementors Map

Welcome to our series on Design Thinking methods and activities. You’ll find a full list of posts in this series at the end of the page.

The Competitors/Complementors Map is an excellent way to visualize a company’s or product’s place in its industry’s competitive landscape. It also reveals how products can compete with or complement one another.
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6 Benefits of Pair Design for Software Designers

There have been numerous articles, and even a Wikipedia page, written about the value of pair programming in the Agile process. As the adage goes, two heads are better than one.

But does the same hold true for software designers? Read more on 6 Benefits of Pair Design for Software Designers…

Design Thinking Toolkit, Activity 4 – Start Your Day

Welcome to our series on Design Thinking methods and activities. You’ll find a full list of posts in this series at the end of the page.

Start Your Day is one of the most beloved and consistently used exercises at Atomic. I’m also a touch biased because I love this activity and, to date, so has every team I’ve worked with.

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