Method's studios are relentlessly curious, and as many of the challenges we see from our clients increasingly revolve around the merging of digital and physical mediums, we started to explore applications of physical computing. Method PLAY is an initiative that spans all of our studios, encouraging our teams to get hands-on and inspiring them with how technology and physical tools can create reactive, real-world responses. Tinkering with Arduino, sensors, wearable computing, and more, the studios code, create circuits, sew, fold, and play with the concepts of physical computing as we develop both practical and whimsical outputs.
Method solves business challenges through design thinking to create inspired products, services and experiences. Our user-centric design approach builds great experiences across touchpoints & through customer lifecycles. We are an independent unit of GlobalLogic, leader in software R&D services.
Method is excited to announce the addition of Ted Booth as its newly appointed Principal. Ted will lead Method’s global Interaction Design discipline.
Method has joined forces with leader in software R&D services, GlobalLogic. Expanding services, both companies now support the complete lifecycle of R&D services - from ideation through delivery.
The same principles that the best stand-up comedians follow also apply to successfully innovating products and services.
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Method's core competency lies in a combination of user-centered experience design with highly refined, brand-aware visual design and innovative technical capabilities. We bring these together to create immersive and innovative multi-platform brand experiences.
Our interdisciplinary studios are extremely collaborative, and we value working closely with our clients and other disciplines to build best-in-class products, services, and brand experiences.
Method's studios get hands-on when it comes to learning new tools.
Fearing failure stifles creativity and progress. Instead, embrace failure and learn from it early on. Rapid prototyping can help you do just that.