FinTech Startups or those that are only going to be launched - how they can benefit?

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Already existing FinTech Startups or those that are only going to be launched - how they can benefit from using a design thinking approach? A 5-step methodology for the case if you want to get a better understanding of how a business can benefit from a design thinking approach. 4irelabs.com

All your friends have already tested their ideas and solved their problems. And you want to be one of them? We have already written about design sprints. In this article, we want to talk about how can FinTech Startups benefit from using a design thinking approach. This would be useful both for existing startups with validated ideas that want to scale with new features and for those who want to create a new product.

If you want to get a better understanding of how a business can benefit from this methodology, there would be some insights at the end. Also, there will be a special offer for our new customers from our design thinking experts.

To solve a problem you should think like a problem

No joke!

Before we begin, we would like to say a few words about the process that lies beyond the design thinking strategy. The best thing in design thinking is that it is human-centered, that is why all solutions generated during its sessions are focused on people who are gonna use them.

Originally it consists of 5 steps:
  1. Empathize
  2. Define
  3. Ideate
  4. Prototype
  5. Test
First things first
The process of Design Thinking starts with an empathic understanding of the problem that needs to be solved. During this stage, you can consult with field experts, observe potential customers, to understand their experiences and motivation. Empathy is crucial, it'll help you walk a mile in customers' shoes. (visit 4irelabs.com to read the full article)
 

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