Pop-Up Studios: Prototyping Interactions
Experimentation within companies usually requires formalized programs and heavy usage of resources and time. Inspired by pop-up retail experiences, we've launched internal pop-up design studios giving teams a time-bounded and creatively resourced playground to prototype and experiment with their ideas. In the two and a half hour long workshop you'll learn how to create a pop-up studio that engages employees in bite-size design activities. You'll learn everything from ideas on how to create the physical pop-up, to what the optimal environment is to locate them and how to build engaging activities that draw people in. By bringing design out of its organizational silo into the public spaces where employees in all roles and levels of the company can participate, the pop-up becomes a vehicle for transforming cultures and organizations.
Additional Supporting Materials
- What is a pop-up studio?
- Why does this format allow an organization to do?
- What elements are considered in designing this experience?
- What happens in the experience?
- What is the impact of the pop-up studios?
- Meg Lee Weir, Senior Lead Business Designer, Citrix
- Julie Baher, Senior Director of Customer Experience, Citrix
Meg Lee Weir, Senior Lead Business Designer, Citrix
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