Contemporary innovation practices have a problem: a tendency to default to speed when developing new service and product innovations, or other ideas. Terms like “rapid prototyping”, or “design sprint” have become commonplace in small firms and massive corporations alike, but is “rapid” the best approach for every ideator? Does every ideator want to be sprinting? No.
We created the Anti-Rapid toolkit, to challenge the standard practice of our industry, as well as the instructions and guidelines you’ll find in our very own toolkits.
Anti-Rapid is a series of 12 prompts. A notebook and pen or pencil, along with a written “brief”, or overview of the project you are ideating on, is recommended for each prompt. Each prompt is designed to be done over the course of several hours, days, or weeks. These prompts are designed to be applied to any topic that you are interested in engaging in ideation with, but work especially well if you have a project in mind.
What's the deal with this being Pay-What-You-Want??
The toolkit is available on a Pay-What-You-Want basis. We do not expect any compensation for our resources/materials as we want this to be as accessible as possible to anyone and everyone. This said, if you are able to contribute, a donation of $5 USD is recommended.
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