The perfect method to solve any design,
Generate ideas fast and easily
Spark your creative thinking
Every Triggers card contains a "what if" question designed to open paths for solving almost any creative challenge you face.
Specifically designed for creatives
The cards combine design thinking methodology, psychology and participatory mechanisms. All compiled in a carefully designed set of cards.
Simple and direct
Ideation made simple. Don't waste time with complicated processes and exercises. Triggers is designed to be straightforward and practical. 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 the out-of-the-box thinkers.
Use it to create storytelling, ads, campaigns, ambient ideas, space ideas, products/services and any other challenges.
The deck based on people's needs.
Use it to create new products/services ideas and innovation that put users in the centre.
The definite brainstorming toolbox.
Take your creativity to the next level. All Triggers decks are combinable. Use them with your team or with clients at workshops. No briefing will be too difficult for you.
It's all about creativity
Read our posts about design thinking, creative methods and other useful tips
Having effective brainstorming is not only about filling a room with post-its, but selecting bright ideas that will work. So how do you summarise ideas with a solid shape without too many details?
Recently, Samuel (co-founder and Creative Director) brought their Triggers deck to a workshop he had to lead. We talked to him about the experience and result.
After you are done ideating, sometimes you end up with a wall full of post-its. Filtering those ideas can be a mess if you have to go into details and discuss every aspect of them.
Creatives have a difficult job. They are asked to come up with ideas that will work for others. It's a task that requires a lot of empathy and observation skills.
We've been all there. There is a specific type of disagreement that you just know it will go nowhere. It's an endless loop. Just back and forth with the same answer from both sides.
There is a simple way of reasoning why this won't benefit you or the outcome of your creative session.
Creativity is something you can train and develop. Some people might find it easier because of their education or previous experience, but we can all be creative in one way or another. It's just a matter of practice.
There are tons of quotes from old-school advertising gurús saying that you should discard your first 10 (and even 100) ideas. Apparently, those solutions are supposed to be too obvious or not elaborated enough. But, is that true?
This time of the year is great for getting drunk at office parties, but also for recapping what happened and setting new goals for 2018. We designed a simple exercise to get your team reflecting and gaining insights for the next year.