Lean Service Creation

Open source design process and toolkit

#5 Product of the DaySeptember 25, 2017

Lean Service Creation is the only open source design process and toolkit on this planet. Take it, use it, break it, make it yours and make it better.

Reviews
  • Sam Rye
    Sam RyeFounder
    Pros: 

    Free Resources, relatively well designed.

    Cons: 

    This isn't "The only open source design process and toolkit on this planet".

    Well done for releasing something in creative commons.

    One of the challenges of projects like this is that PDF's are generally where information goes to die, not to be forked, improved and merged back into the branch. So I'm interested how I could contribute to this as an open source project, if it actually is one?

    Sam Rye has used this product for one day.
  • Adam B Cochrane
    Adam B Cochraneservice designer - Factory Berlin
    Pros: 

    It's a great collection of tools with the addition of some new ones that really helps to make great products!

    Cons: 

    Some of the redesigns can be confusing for people who are familiar with the original tools.

    Futurice have done amazing work to put this all together. To get started it's best to do it with an experienced work shopper but after that this is everything you could need to really develop new product effectively.

    Adam B Cochrane has used this product for one week.
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Sam Rye
Sam Rye@samrye_enspiral · Founder
Bold call on "Lean Service Creation is the only open source design process and toolkit on this planet." @demiliag Considering there's also a wide range of other open source processes and toolkits, like this one I made with some friends: https://enspiral.com/collaborati... Or this whole community which is dedicated to Open Design: http://opensourcedesign.net/ also known as Design Open now: http://opendesign.foundation/ And there's also other part-open projects such as: - Frog's Collective Action Toolkit: https://www.frogdesign.com/work/... - Lifehack's Resource library which has a Design Challenge Toolkit (that I wrote): https://lifehackhq.co/lifehack-r... - 100% Open Innovation Toolkit: https://www.100open.com/toolkit/ - DIY Toolkit: http://diytoolkit.org/ I appreciate that this is a great resource, and heartily encourage more people to work in the open (hence having run workshops at Open Source Open Society - http://www.opensourceopensociety...).
Sam Rye
Sam Rye@samrye_enspiral · Founder
@demiliag here's an example of an open source project to curate methods, which you can actually contribute back to: http://opendesignkit.org/
Marco D'Emilia
Marco D'EmiliaHunter@demiliag · Senior UX Designer
@samrye_enspiral Thanks a lot Sam!!!
Dre Durr💡
Dre Durr💡@dredurr · Growth is the only thing that matters
More frameworks = Dope
Tkachenko Arthur 🇺🇦
Tkachenko Arthur 🇺🇦@arthur_tkachenko · Building a tools for Food Tech projects
@dredurr But can save time?
Tkachenko Arthur 🇺🇦
Tkachenko Arthur 🇺🇦@arthur_tkachenko · Building a tools for Food Tech projects
OMG, This is so cool! Bookmarked and will be used on my projects
Erick Barron
Erick Barron@erickbarron86 · Webmaster
Thank you for your hard work - I will put it to good use 😁
Ricardo Murillo
Ricardo Murillo @ricardowall13 · CEO Jaskr
Very usefull...at the end every company can re-work this canvas but absolutly this is a great baseline...