I recently read an article by Eric Stowe in which he wrote: “It is going to take an army of competitors to solve any of the massive problems we are fighting against. So bring on the competition.” In my previous blog post I talked about letting go of novelty. Since that time, I’ve also learned […]
From our clients
- Greater Good Studio took our idea and shaped a digital concept that will take the MTO to the next level of empowering its constituents. They guided our team from funding, through research, branding, design and through to launch. We couldn't have done it without them!
- My favorite things about working with Greater Good Studio: their innovative approach to solving problems, their super-friendly work process, and their focus on outcomes. It's nice to be inspired, enjoy the work AND see the results.
- The team at Greater Good Studio has rock-solid design experience, a keen understanding of human behavior, can spot vital insights from a mile away, and are able to deliver truly inspired ideas that lead to real change. Knowing that these ludicrously talented designers are applying their abilities toward innovating for social good inspires some serious optimism about the future.
- Greater Good Studio is brilliant at building empathy with users, translating their findings into true insights about the user experience. Their work leads to revolutionary, not evolutionary, ideas - and the team is delightful to worth with!
- Greater Good Studio trained our students to be design thinkers through a series of interactive workshops. Students and staff learned new facilitation techniques and skills that will be useful beyond their design project.
- Greater Good Studio brought high-end design tools, process and, ultimately, insights and deliverables to our organization. We are excited with the ideas they helped us generate, and can't wait to get started on the next phase together!
Recent blog posts
I used to walk by a woman near the train station here in Chicago who held a sign that read: ‘Please help me find a job.’ Every day I wanted to do something for her but didn’t know where to start. Similarly, I’ve watched documentaries that moved me. I’ve read news stories that inspired me. […]
At the grand old age of 37 I decided to start learning to play the piano. I’ve never taken lessons and the only musical instrument I ever played in middle school was the recorder. And after 8 weeks of lessons, I can safely say that learning to play the piano is the hardest and most enjoyable thing I get to do each week. […]