It’s kind of fun to do the impossible

Hi I’m Aimee!

SERVICE DESIGNER

I enjoy working to find real insights that help innovate businesses and brands for the better.

I have a background in film production which has made me very organised, proactive with an unwavering work ethic.

Critical thinking and design thinking comes naturally to me and I like to look at things from other peoples points of view and find patterns in things.

I believe service design and a human-centred approach.

Above all I enjoy getting the best out of people and getting things done!

I believe…

A business has to be involving, it has to be fun, and it has to exercise your creative instincts.

— Richard Branson —

Portfolio

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METHODS AND THINKING

STRATEGY

Critical and analytical thinking helps me find value for brands with consumers who need trust, empowerment and value to build relationships.

  • ~ analyse company identity
  • find business goals and needs
  • explore patterns in behaviours
  • personalise drives and targets
  • provide insights & tactical guidance
  • add value

IDEATION

Taking existing concepts and services to inspire new innovative ideas through a myriad of creative workshops. No limits.

  • research and discover
  • ideation and brainstorming
  • trends and innovation
  • storytelling
  • thinking and rethinking

PROCESS

User experience, experience design and service design methodologies to provide meaningful relationships between people and brands in a collaborative, interactive and immersive world.

  • personas and journey mapping
  • prototyping
  • tangible and functional designs
  • user testing and measurability

WORKED WITH

Clients

Design  is about delivering a satisfying experience. Design thinking  is about creating a multipolar experience in which everyone has the opportunity to participate in the conversation.

— Tim Brown, IDEO —

Contact

I'd love to hear from you so feel free to get in touch below.

Aimee Tasker

 

 

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