What we love doing

We work with clients across industries, private and public sector, always with their end customer in mind. Our hearts beat strongly for the employees who create value for the end customers. To be able to delight the customers they need to be, and certainly deserve to be, superpowered.

Much of what we do for our clients resolve around co-creating and concretising future digital experiences for their customers, employees, and partners. Ironically, due to the strategic and transformational character of this work, we can't really show-and-tell. But here are some of the clients we work with. 

Co-creation is at the heart of what we do

For innovation to happen you need to bring people with different experiences, skills and perspectives together. That’s why co-creation is at the heart of what we do. Below are some glimpses from co-innovation workshops we have had with clients.


Co-innovation Workshop

With our co-innovation workshop format we help you solve your problems and explore new business opportunities in a structured, collaborative and effective way. Here's how we make it happen together:

We plan and facilitate the workshop, bring our expertise in design thinking and service design, provide the relevant tools and templates from our Immersive Innovation framework, and create the documentation afterwards (well actually, we create most of it together already during the workshop).

You will just have to provide some input on the problem or opportunity you want to explore, identify and invite the stakeholders who you believe can bring valueable domain-specific knowledge, expertise, and perspectives to the table. And, of course, make sure that all participants are prepared to actively participate and co-create in the workshop.

Vision Concept

The importance of having a point of view about the future cannot be understated, especially these days. In times of uncertainty and rapid change, we all need a vision to cling on to - one where we can see a future for both ourselves and our company. The contents of the roadmap will change for sure, so a vision brings stability and continuity in a world in constant flux.

A vision provides direction and road map into the future. It describes the type of organisations that you want to become. A textual vision statement will simply not do the job. A vision needs to be clear, concrete, and engaging. A vision concept is all that, and more. It's grounded in and an extension of your organisation’s past. It's an invitation to greatness. By visualizing future experiences for relevant stakeholders, such as customers, partners and coworkers, it creates a clear, concrete, engaging and vivid mental image of what the organisation will be like in the future. 

We always co-create vision concepts together with relevant stakeholders. After the startup meeting we run an envisioning workshop where we envision the future together. We then make that desired future concrete in a conceptualization workshop. After that, we continue the co-creation process together online, visualizing relevant experiences with scenarios and realistic mockups.  


Oscar Berg at Unicorn Titans is an internationally recognized expert on social collaboration, the future of work, and the digital workplace. In the upcoming book ”Digital Workplace Strategy & Design”, which is based on the acclaimed Swedish book ”Den digitala arbetsplatsen”, he and his co-author Henrik Gustafsson share a proven approach to creating a digital workplace that empowers the employees.

We have the approach and methodology to help you kickstart your digital workplace strategy. In a number of workshops we will help your organization co-create a pragmatic, action-oriented and effective strategy to create a workplace that delivers on its promise.

We are also the publisher of both the Swedish and the English titles, and always make sure all the participants get a copy of their own, both in print and ebook.


Digitalization Strategy

As if all this is not enough, we can help you shape your organization's digitalization strategy. What trends and drivers affect your industry and business, and how? How should you respond to these? What principles do you need to follow to make the right decisions about what to do, when, and how? What opportunities should you explore that can help improve the customer experience, arrive at new value propositions and ways to create value, enhance the employee experience, and enable smarter ways of working together? Let's explore this together, as we have already done with many other of our clients.