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Workomics x Human-Centred Design

Beyond the buzzwords. Meeting real needs while achieving real organizational goals.

Reframing Opportunities

When you’re at an inflection point, you can’t work from a brief. If you do, you’ll be designing for where you are today, and miss the opportunity to move to a higher plane. At Workomics, our partnership with clients is grounded in a deep understanding of their strategic context and customer needs. Whether we do new research ourselves, or build on data from the organization, we constantly synthesize information and adjust our course to make sure we are solving the right problem.

As designers, we call this “problem framing,” but we equally call it “partnership” — working hand-in-hand with our clients so that our work is always focused on furthering your broader goals.


Co-creation is a buzzword that is often synonymous with “we had a meeting”. Not so here. At Workomics, co-creation is a carefully orchestrated experience where all participants actively engage in creating something new. The participants bring diverse perspectives and competing priorities, so the session itself is a venue for getting unstuck from current-state thinking, making hard trade-offs, and designing new solutions that can get to market quickly.

A Workomics co-creation builds connection across your customers, your employees, and your business objectives. It’s a powerful catalyst for employee engagement and change management that puts everyone together on a new, higher trajectory.

Do. Learn. Refine.

Like any outside vendor, Workomics can never have the full picture for the organizations we partner with. That’s why we work iteratively you and your customers. That means we share rough drafts and early thinking with your clients, and validate low-cost mock-ups with your customers. By making nebulous ideas concrete and getting early feedback, we:

  • Reduce the risk of wasted effort or mismatched expectations;
  • Are able to be more creative, exploring a wider array of options;
  • Can be more responsive to shifting priorities or emerging data.

By iteratively refining to reflect feedback, we’re creating deliverables that resonate better with customers and increase employees’ sense of ownership. That translates into more effective outcomes with more staying power.