Co-creating Value for Impact, by Prototyping Ideas with Enterprise and End Users
IRELAND, UK and AFRICA
CATALYST WITH A BROAD INTERPRETATION
OF 3D BRANDING AND EXPERIENCE DESIGN
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We run transnational co-creative workshops, provide active participatory user-research sessions and experiential packaging design support to export led or in-market producers. We have an international value chain oriented project delivery partnership with UK and Ireland based “Proudly made in Africa”.
We apply techniques like use-case and brand analysis, future scenarios, cross-cultural prototyping and technology road mapping as drivers for strategic product design. With our research and design skills we are set up to help you conceptualise, develop and introduce socially sound, and commercially viable products and services.
We carry out field research to find inspiration within audience as well as stimulate collaborative imagination. Responses from this approach initiate dialogue between design, content and audience.
We glean insights into audience’ environments that can help to clarify problem statements, uncover new opportunities, and inspire ideas for design solutions and digital content.
We use human centred design methods to be clearer about what it is like to be your customer. To recognize what value means for people, in varied cultural contexts, it is imperative that we consider their ecosystem of tasks, operations, organisational and experience oriented issues where they interact with services. We adopt this approach to developing transnational enterprise models with project partners.
We work on a range of editorial strategy services,for print publications through to digital platforms, adopted with design thinking methods to the needs of your audience.
We are passionate about book making by design-thinking and editorial-design. We use co-creative approaches to enhance your initial ideas through to the finished product. In the UK we work with a range of publishers. In Lagos we work with the publishing arm of CPMS Nigeria Limited to provide a full editorial-design, prototyping, reader-testing and publishing service.
"On behalf of parents, children, teachers and the committee and trustees of the Friends Association I'm writing to say thank you for putting so much thought and hard work into organising and running the summer fair. It was a stunning success and I think your great designs had a lot to do with it. Everyone thought they were really good and we're lucky to have had you working for us."
Andy Taylor, Chairman St Mary’s CE Primary School Friends Association
"..my compliments on the design of these two books (Yoruba Love Stories and The Quest For the Rare Leaf). Covers are first class..."
Antony Zurbrugg, Global Book Marketing UK Ltd
"I went to the workshop, and enjoyed it very much. It was very refreshing to brainstorm with people. Anything which requires ideas and creativity, and where you challenge each other in a team, is very satisfying. Please keep up the workshops, as they widen our horizons and give us the chance to exchange ideas."
Sabine Huster from Kiboko Leisure Wear on “Consumer Experience by Brand Design Strategy” Workshop at Strathmore Business School, Nairobi.
Rungi was honored to have organized and facilitated the career talk on 'How to stand out and Excel in your career' at Makerere University. Special thanks to Ayodeji Alaka of OsanNimu 3D Branding and Packaging Design for standing in for Ramesh Vala OBE and doing such a wonderful job. NFT Consult, thank you for offering us the platform through the Career Development Centre
Unnie Wamala – Rungi Ltd Uganda
On Design Thinking Workshop to support international project development process - "..Really appreciated OsanNimu's contribution today. A great deal of clarity of purpose and progress was achieved thanks to you"
Nike Awoyinka – Ravensbourne UK International Projects
"..Thank you for all your support, I've really enjoyed working with OsanNimu and I hope we have a chance to work together again.."
Rebecca Sweetman – TutuDesk UK / Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design Project
"..we really like working with OsanNimu's approach to building networks, project development, creative thinking and production issues in a collegiate and thoughtful way.."
Nigel Watt and Emmanuel Bah – Books of Africa
"...I loved both the artwork and the quote ("INking is meditation in liquid form")..."
Rowan Moore Gerety – Editor Medium.com / African Makers
"..Ayo from Osan Nimu 3D Branding & Packaging Design has just flown in from London, to conduct a packaging redesign workshop with our team of volunteer designers. Our meeting room has never felt so creative!!.."
Kristina Moody – Value Added in Africa
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