Generate ideas fast and easily
Triggers is a set of cards with "what if" questions. It works in just three simple steps.
1. Define your problem
Whatever it is. Make it simple and straight forward.
2. Take a Trigger card
Read the "What if" question on the card.
3. Brainstorm ideas
Use the question to create ideas to solve your problem.
A deck for every creative project
Triggers questions are organised in decks with different topics.
Explore them to choose the best for your type of projects.
The deck for rational thinkers.
Use it to create graphic design projects, campaigns, ads, posters and promotion tools.
The deck for forward-thinking ideas.
Use it to create tech oriented projects, new products/services, campaigns, edgy ideas and ideas focused on Millennials.
The deck based on people's needs.
Use it to create new products/services ideas and innovation that put users on the center.
The deck for the out-of-the-box thinkers.
Use it to create storytelling, ads, campaigns, ambient ideas, space ideas, products/services and any other challenges.
How creatives use Triggers
Intrigued to know how it feels to use our cards? Hear it from our users.
We asked creatives from Typeform, Designit and other studios how it felt to try Triggers for the first time.
Users from more than 17 different countries
Our cards travel all around the world. This is what they say about them.
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