Tenants of Human Centric Strategy
Crap in, crap out.
It’s really not rocket science.
Actually, it’s closer to physics, Newton’s Third Law — to be exact.
The amount of effort you put into one force, will result in an equal amount of force in the opposite direction.
If you throw a rubber ball at a wall with force…that ball will return in a similar manner that it left, fast and furious.
The same is true when crafting strategies around design, experiences, or even something as minimal as engagement.
It’s normal for components that later will define your strategies, to feel like ‘moving targets’ during development. From costs, to personas, tactics, or implementation — the possibilities to weigh and consider can be endless.
Ample diligence is often a the best tactic in the fight to keep this feeling of being overwhelmed at bay.
And while client challenges may have numerous moving targets in the beginning — there’s one target that’s mission critical: the audience.
Our passion is creating strategies and experiences that don’t suck.
This only happens after uncovering the motivations and pain points of the audience, and how that intersects with stakeholder business objectives.
Build with a person—not a user — in mind.
This is the essence of Human Centric Strategy.
These are their tenants: