Design Thinking

Design thinking is an iterative process that teams use to understand users, challenge assumptions, redefine problems, and create innovative solutions to prototype and test new products.

Have you ever wondered how to launch a new product, features, or service with minimal risk, and have you considered why some companies succeed with their campaigns?
Design Thinking is a methodology from the Lean Innovation process where everything starts.

Results that you can expect:

  • Increased focus on the users and experimental thinking;
  • New products, features, and services launched with minimal risk;
  • An effective response to critical business issues and challenges;
  • A clear understanding of 5 design thinking steps: understanding, focus, ideation, prototyping, and testing.

Design Thinking principles and knowledge can later be used on any other projects your employees will work on in the future. A practical method that enables you to truly understand your customers and opportunities. You will better launch new projects with realistic marketing and growth strategies.

Target audience

Everyone who wants to build better products or services, faster. Especially: 

  • Executives/Founders/Product Owners/ Researchers – if you want to learn a practical method to really understand your customers, your opportunities.
  • UX Designers/Marketers/Engineers – all levels – if you are looking for an actionable and repeatable design process to speed up product development.
  • Team Leads/Managers/Product Professionals – if you would like to improve your facilitation techniques for sprints, workshops, and meetings.

Types of workshops

#1 Design Thinking 4-hour workshop for up to max 16 participants.

#2 Design Thinking – 2-day workshop for up to max 12 participants. 

In each type of workshop, a large part of the workshop is individual and teamwork with the exchange of opinions and experiences, with focused discussions and reflections. Workshops are professionally moderated, interactive, intense, challenging, and hands-on.

Workshops are supported by special tools and accessories, presentation slides, and examples of recommended literature and video content for in-depth research given to participants in the conclusion. The participants will also receive a copy of the material that is generated during the workshop. 

We deliver Design Thinking workshops (like any other) in an offline or on-line format.

Design Thinking
Effective Design Thinking approach: empathy, prototyping, external accountability.


Telekom Slovenije, Nomnio, Agitavit, Setcce, Wide Labs, Descartes, Arnes, SAS,…

“Design Thinking workshop with Enej was excellent and I recommend it to everyone working with clients. The content was relevant, well presented and practical exercises were a great ice breaker. The energy and experience were great due to cooperative, creative, fun and open-minded participants”  – Dragan, Nomnio

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