We prefer to approach design from a culinary perspective, meaning that we start each design request by decoding and describing the ‘ingredients’ or building blocks of design. This way we can determine the right building blocks for each objective. The next step is creating new recipes, with which the objectives of several involved parties are often achieved in a surprising new way.

This approach to design provides a weighted substantiation of choices about product features in the various definition and development phases. As a result, the decision taking process about factors that are essential for success are clear. It also enables your organisation to manage these choices in order to obtain relevant new solutions from the “kitchen”.

Scope is a demand-driven organisation, each project is tailor-made. For each question we deploy the optimal set of skills from our team by using the enrichment method. Together, we go through one or more of the following steps on our way to a successful result: explore, think, create, inspire.

Explore …
In order to detect new business opportunities, to increase the chance of success for developments, to identify needs and to determine success factors.
Think …
To combine opportunities and insights into recipes. To determine the bandwidth in which there will be a succesful solution. To capture the ingredients of an identity that perfectly fits your brand and can be used for products and communication.
Create …
To realise a user experience with products, services and supporting graphics that integrate seamlessly with their needs and that builds on a distinctive and strong brand.