What kinds of problems are best suited to design thinking and design sprints?

Frequently Asked Questions about Design Thinking

Design thinking is best suited for complex, “messy” problems that don’t have clear-cut solutions. For projects that involve making incremental improvements or adjustments to existing solutions, other processes, such as Lean Six Sigma, are often better suited. Please read our case studies¬†for examples of how we have worked with clients through workshops, sprints, and design research engagements.