Kickstart your project intelligently and it'll pay dividends down the track. That means getting the right senior level Rawnet thinkers into a room at the outset of your project and working together to identify just what's on the table - be it a nagging business problem, a vague idea for a new product or something even less defined. This stage is about asking questions, cutting to the core of the issue and eventually, naming the animal we're looking at.contact us
Don't get left behind. Assumptions are changing and expectations are on the rise. Investing time now avoids potential pitfalls later, which obviously saves you valuable time, money and needless headaches. We've found that if everyone pitches in upfront, the better the brief, the stronger the concept, the more unified the team. And more often than not, the real opportunity turns out to be different to the assumed one.
We love it when a client comes to us with a new challenge. Without the shackles of a defined brief, we really get to probe the issue and uncover opportunities that could only really be explored when we’re all in the same room.Jay Dick, Creative Lead
Could you use a little more help to get laser focus and certainty around your idea? If you're fairly certain about what you want, the next step is to consider the vast array of options open to us in achieving it. The Explore phase is about weighing up the options, highlighting the pros and cons of each approach, considering new technology that might be suitable and charting the best course in which to head with confidence.contact us
By running a few 'what if' scenarios, we can quickly determine what the best course of action is going to be and make sure that our approach makes the most commercial sense too.
Nothing beats a live wireframing session when searching for the best route. Collaborative conversation, a healthy supply of caffeine and the right brains in one room all equate to a relatively fast discovery day where we can make far more progress than a standard traditional approach.Sam Evans, Producer
When it's time to test a concept, we move to the Create phase of the work, where we pull together wireframes and build prototypes. Moving from the abstract to the tangible is the only way to scrutinise the product and see what happens when the idea has a life of its own.contact us
By this stage of the process, we know a great deal about the project and everyone is clear about the next steps. Now it's just a matter of a rapid prototype to sanity check from the bottom up.
Anyone that’s read the amazing Lean Startup book by Eric Ries will know how valuable it is to move quickly, leveraging heavily on previous learnings and real data. The Create sessions bring in all be best bits of the agency into a single, well proven workshop.Greg Rudman, Digital Strategist