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These affordable tools can be used to compose your own innovation toolkit with. We’ve sorted them following the ideation stage, concept development stage, prototyping stage and user feedback stage of the innovation process.
4 steps to an effective innovation process
An innovation process always starts with the search for and finding innovative potentials and the derivation of ideas, which are subsequently evaluated and eventually released. Tools like Springwise (a global innovation discovery engine), Audible (audiobooks) or analogy thinking cards can provide you with some inspiration.
2. Concept development
In this phase of the innovation process, it’s all about development and testing the solutions gathered. To actually do so InVision (a prototyping & collaboration tool), POP (prototype an app in 1 hour) and Placeit (an app for product mockups) might be helpful.
4. User feedback
Now it’s time to produce and distribute your new product. Put it on the market in its final form and evaluate how you can further improve it to meet demand as it grows. Tools like Google Forms (survey), Typeform (survey) and Peek (user testing) can help you with that.
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