In this two day training, attendees will learn the foundations of the Design Thinking methodology. Through a combination of lecture and hands-on activities, attendees will walk away with a knowledge of how design thinking works and how to apply these tools and processes to their own work.
The 80 Watts training approach fit very nicely with the way our team engages. The information 80 Watts delivered was both timely and useful and kept our team engaged. After three targeted sessions, our team walked away with tools and tactics that will be used to build an overall design approach that fits our needs.Silas Williams
“For us, [the workshop] hit the mark. We had so many questions and such a large project that I don’t think we could’ve accomplished any more than we did in those 3 days.”Jeff Flynn
“Garren and Matt led a fantastic workshop. We covered everything from vision to design principles, to a tactical look at our customer experience. It was a great session for my entire team, pushing us outside our own box to bring some creative thinking to our process. Most of all, it was fun! I highly recommend [them] to any company, large or small.”Dan McCready
Our workshops focus on hands-on, activity-based training. Attendees will learn and practice our design thinking techniques and quickly learn how to ideate, innovate, and evaluate product ideas.
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We’ll work with you to create a custom-fit workshop to meet your goals and budget. We can tailor our workshops from 2-5 days and can travel to cities worldwide.Host a workshop for your team
Matt is a design research consultant with a mission to help clients understand their customers and employees to make a lasting, positive impact. In 2009, he founded 80 Watts, a consultancy focused on research, training, and experience design. When he’s not working, Matt enjoys hiking, whiskey tasting, and exploring Atlanta’s delicious taco scene.
Matt has worked with clients that include Hewlett Packard, Cox Communications, Car and Driver, Mayo Clinic and Delta Airlines, and is a co-founder of the User Research Atlanta Meetup group.
Garren’s experience with the design process leads to identifying problems and developing creative solutions that serve a purpose. His process and creative thinking skills have allowed him to design and develop innovative solutions for his clients.
He has helped to create and develop applications and user experiences for organizations such as Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Lowe’s Home Improvement, Delta Airlines, and Duke Energy.