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 collaborative creative workshops to tap into multiple frames of reference and understand what value means to people. We use participatory research routinely to solicit user feedback. We listen out for assumptions, uncover opportunities to collect inspiration for new ideas and continuous improvement.
We like to get out into the places and spaces and into the contexts where people are using the product and associated services. Often we find unexpected opportunities reveal themselves. We use this process to articulate ideas with users through varied communication design and research methods.
We carry out research to find out how the target audience might immerse themselves in stories. Data gleaned from this approach informs a dialogue between format, technology, content, and storytelling.
When you need support with developing and prototyping a product or service. We design and define experiences by testing concepts or prototypes in the marketplace. We use innovation-workshops, participatory design, stakeholder interviews, film and documentary photography.
We adopt participatory design methods to design and test projects workflow. We use in-house work-shops to build design management capacity. We also use it to inform Art-design direction, validate style-guides, publication layout, and production.
We adopt design-thinking to situate book projects in a cultural or professional context. We use participatory methods to involve author, editors and readers in the publication workflow, from concept, design through to production.
"..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.
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
"...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 – Proudly Made In Africa
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