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Design = problem solving

It is March 2021, the world has been fighting the COVID-19 virus pandemic for a year. Both in our private lives and professionally, we have had to learn a lot and face new challenges during this year. Paradoxically, this is a good time to do some reflection and think about what design is today.

SCRUM Best Practises

SCRUM is undoubtedly the most popular software development methodology. It involves developing a project in short stages. In theory, each of these should end with the delivery of a piece of the system to the end user.

Fault handling system

Client used paper forms to handle faults on aircraft, the contents of which were then transferred to an electronic system. This not only increased the time taken to process requests, but also created an additional risk of mistakes and errors occurring.

Register of insurance intermediaries

We have created a Register of Insurance Intermediaries collecting data on insurance agents and brokers. This data is public following the provisions of the Insurance Distribution Act.

Dimedic

Virtual clinic: koronawirus.dimedic.pl, helping to safely diagnose patients with suspected SARS-CoV-2 infection. The service intended for both private and corporate users.

Design Sprint

A design sprint is a five-day design process to help answer key questions in a project. Developed by Jake Knapp, it eventually gained recognition at Google Venture where its development continued at dozens of start-ups.