We work with our clients and look at the six point tool disciplines as touch points for guidance and achieving project objectives on the road to accomplishment. We’ve done this by removing obstacles and adapting a non-linear multi-variable approach to our workflow. There are as many ways to the mountaintop as there are surfaces surrounding it.
  1. Ask Questions — We collaboratively work as a team and with our clients to define the problem and understand what exactly to work on, what conditions and limitations will we encounter and understanding what we have to work with because resources may be limited.
  2. Imagine — Let’s imagine the possible solutions. We brainstorm a wide array of possible solutions not just sensible but out of the box ideas as well, ideas evolve when we piggyback on each other and build as a team.
  3. Plan — We’ll plan out a design or solution and pick the best ideas while utilizing the defined resources and time.
  4. Create — Establish a working model through cohesive teamwork, we’ll work within limitations and follow the initial plan.  We can make changes later. We create and develop a working model.
  5. Experiment — Test and test and document the feedback through notations and reports that measure.
  6. Improve — Revise, modify and improve so that you the desired result is achieved.