You can choose from a wide range of work formats. Play with pointers and mood boards or challenge your participants with a dilemma! Create an immersive experience for all participants and increase the focus of the conversation.
For a visual brainstorm in which subjective topics such as atmosphere, style and mood are importantWatch
Ask your participants to point something, for example on a packaging design, a map or a process diagramWatch
Stimulate the discussion by asking participants to take a position, also visualize doubt and hesitationWatch
Create an associative brainstorm with the option to upvote each other's ideasWatch
Grade an idea or design, discuss the reasoning of all participantsWatch
Ask participants to take a position on a quadrant with multiple dimensions, discuss the different points of viewWatch
Use multiple choice questions as a warm-up or a way to get to know your group betterWatch
Give stars to a design or slogan, to quickly determine the average rating of the groupWatch
Build your story line by adding slides, pictures or photos to your QANDR, to introduce a topic or to concludeWatch
Easily embed (fragments of) videos and discuss them with the groupWatch
Ask participants to send in post-it notes and position these on a ready canvas or on a picture that you upload yourselfWatch
Compare all working formats here, and find out which ones work best when.