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Where to start a brainstorming session

Where to start a brainstorming session

We all have this adrenaline rush when it comes to starting a new project. You gather all the info, make a good debrief and then it's time to start generating ideas. And that's precisely the moment when you go "now what?".

Bringing inspiration to your brainstorming sessions

Bringing inspiration to your brainstorming sessions

If you decide to ask your team to bring inspiring examples to share before you start ideating, try having this approach; not only look at them but analyse them and gain insights.

Users feedback: Sven (Creative director)

Users feedback: Sven (Creative director)

We talked to Sven to know how they are using Triggers in their daily work.

The importance of proper warm-up exercises in ideation workshops

The importance of proper warm-up exercises in ideation workshops

It's difficult for people to go from 0 to 10 in no time. That's why we recommend you to prepare some warming exercise before you get everyone to work, especially if you are running a workshop with clients. With these simple tricks, you'll make sure you break the ice and have your team's brain ready to ideate.

How many Triggers cards should I use in each session?

How many Triggers cards should I use in each session?

Ideating with Triggers cards could be addictive! That isn't necessarily a bad thing (we assure you there are no health contraindications), but we recommend to put a limit on the number of cards you use for each session. 

Levelling the voices in your team

Levelling the voices in your team

Making sure everyone in the team participates in the creative process is a hard task. We are not only dealing with different personalities, but there are also many factors that could make some people quiet and others too loud.

How to build trust when brainstorming

How to build trust when brainstorming

If you had been managing or working with creative teams before, you probably experienced some anxiety before brainstorming sessions. The question is always the same; Will everyone participate or just show up and be silent?

Impove your creative process: the facilitator's role

Impove your creative process: the facilitator's role

We found out that, when brainstorming and doing creative sessions, having someone that looks out for the direction, agenda, methods and goals can be key. This person doesn't have to necessarily influence in the ideas, but on the process.

How to build on each others ideas

How to build on each others ideas

Dealing with egos to stop thinking about individuals and work as a team is the key in this creative processes to get to the final destination, alas, the perfect creative result. Here’s some tips to learn how to build on each other ideas as a group: