What is human-centered design?
Human-centered design (also known as Design Thinking) is a creative approach to problem-solving that is traditionally rooted in the social sector. It ensures that decisions make are beneficial and relevant for the end users, often community stakeholders who are the recipients of a program or initiative.
What is co-creation?
Co-creation processes focus on designing with, not for the end user. We including clients and the individuals impacted by the process at each step of the way, seeking full group participation and collaboratively developing solutions that work for everyone.
What do we mean by “social good?”
We define social good as the positive impact organizations in communities are making to address societal issues, local needs, or environmental challenges.
Do you do “pro-bono” work in communities?
Honoring our namesake TYTHE (tithing), pro-bono consulting work is central to our mission, with a portion of our annual portfolio dedicated to clients doing social good. Reach out to learn more.