The Art of Turning Insight into Action – Part Three: It's Time to Take Action

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In this, the last installment of our three-part series, I’ll explain the final stage in our process: action. My name is Charles Sue-Wah-Sing and I head our design practice here at Delvinia.  I work closely with the practice heads and team leads to deliver the final designs and execution on client projects. It’s time to more »

The Art of Turning Insight into Action – Part Two: What is Strategy?

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In Part One of our series, we introduced the first part of Delvinia’s three-part process: insight. In this second installment, we extend the examples to illustrate how and why we tackle digital strategy on behalf of our clients. I’m Rosalina Lin-Allen and I head our strategy practice. I work closely with the practice heads and more »

The Art of Turning Insight into Action – Part One: What Do We Mean by Insights?

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Brands face big challenges today. Data overload, hyper-connected customers and technology that’s changing faster than ever before. We apply a customer-centric, insight driven methodology to design as a means to empower organizations to meet their business needs. Over the years we’ve refined a three-part process that is straightforward and effective: insight, strategy and action. To more »

Don’t hate PMs just because we (sometimes) have to be the bad guys

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In celebration of International Project Management Day, I wanted to share my thoughts on what it takes to be a strong Project Manager. Since, the PM needs to sometimes be the bad guy to keep things running smoothly, on time and within budget; I thought a short list of popular villains–who exemplify qualities of what more »

The Great Pumpkin Carving Challenge

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Rather than repeating last year’s candy-eating contest, the staff of Delvinia and AskingCanadians celebrated Halloween 2012 with a pumpkin carving challenge earlier today. Employees from the two companies were divided into teams and given 20 minutes to create their scariest designs. How did they do? You be the judge. See all of the photos on more »