Collaboration Tools

What are Collaboration Tools?

Collaboration tools in product and service design are digital platforms or software that facilitate communication and coordination among team members working on a design project. These tools allow designers, engineers, product managers, and other stakeholders to work together in real-time, regardless of their location, to ensure that the design process is streamlined, efficient, and effective.

Documentation & Assets

What are Documentation and Assets?

Documentation involves the creation and maintenance of records, notes, and other materials that document the design process and decisions. Examples of design documentation may include project plans, meeting minutes, design briefs, design principles, user personas, and design specifications.

Analysis & Alignment

What is Analysis & Alignment?

Analysis and alignment are essential soft skills for effective collaboration in service and product design. These skills involve the ability to analyze information, identify areas of agreement and disagreement, and align stakeholders around a common vision or objective.

Stakeholder Management

What is Stakeholder Management?

Stakeholder management in product and service design refers to the process of identifying, analysing, and engaging with individuals or groups who have an interest or influence in the design project. These stakeholders may include customers, users, product managers, designers, engineers, marketing teams, sales teams, and more.

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