Clearleft presents


Bringing rapid, experienced thinking to fledgling ideas

A new fast-track programme for organisations that are short on time or budget, but have a wealth of ideas

Hmm… nice idea, but how’d it work?

We’ll work with your team — via a combination of face-to-face workshops and remote sessions — to mentor them through our typical discovery process. We’ll share tried-and-tested techniques to ensure your project gets off to the the very best start.

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    We’ll visit your team and run workshops to discover and understand your problem. Together we’ll set the goals and expectations for the rest of the programme, before giving you a series of self-service exercises which’ll help you explore the following:

    • Project planning
    • Stakeholder research
    • Defining the proposition
    • Personas & user-journeys
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    Next, we’ll provide you with a framework to explore your problem-space, designed to open up possibilities rather than focus too early on obvious solutions. We’ll then analyse and prioritise your ideas before getting the team to refine them further.

    • Brainstorming techniques
    • Sketching & UI frameworks
    • Setting design & development principles
    • Exploring aesthetic choices
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    In the final phase, we’ll work closely with the team to pull together all the previous activities into a compelling vision of the product. Being able to describe the goals and various steps necessary to build it, you’ll be able to convince investors and stakeholders alike. Likely outputs include:

    • Product roadmap & backlog
    • Wireframing & Information architecture
    • Technology requirements
    • Initial design direction

Sounds great, can I book one now?

We're currently trailing this programme with a small number of hand picked clients. If you'd like to take part in the beta, please drop an email to to tell us about your project and we'll get in touch if we think there’s a good fit.

Wait! I still have questions…

OK, here’s a few more things we think you might want to know. If do you have any other questions, please email us at