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Bosch Software Innovations
Software Innovations · Customer Services
Apply UX and design thinking to turn ideas into innovative, user-centered solutions.
User Experience

Our UX consultants support you to turn your idea into an innovation

„Design is thinking made visual“
Saul Bass, Designer

Innovation starts with people

We UX designers want to understand the “why” before we develop a solution for the “how.” We work visually because people think in pictures – not words.

The focus is on people

It begins with empathy and understanding for the user’s needs. Once we have understood what motivates them, we can start working on something that will inspire them.

Experimenting is better than analyzing

Learning by trial and error is the primary mode of human development. Trying something out, getting feedback, and then doing it better leads to successful solutions.

Jointly develop innovations

When different perspectives meet and many minds get creative, it produces a space for pioneering and disruptive innovations.

Our UX consultants develop innovations – with you and for you

We help in understanding and shaping the world of tomorrow, driven by enthusiasm for discovering the unknown and improving the status quo.
UX is more than attractive design. We aim to make the world a better place by understanding people’s needs and meeting those needs. You will succeed with good user experience only if you have aligned the entire customer journey with your users.
With our workshops and trainings, we help you developing user-centered solutions.

Design Thinking Sprint

Design Thinking Sprint

Design thinking Sprint is a 5-day process for answering critical business questions through design, prototyping and testing ideas with users.

This process helps you in clearly defining goals, validating assumptions, and deciding on a product vision, development or optimization within one week. In this workshop our UX-team guides you through the following topics.

1st Day: Understand the problem and decide what to focus on
2nd Day: Explore, develop and iterate creative ways of solving the problem, regardless of feasibility
3rd Day: Identify the strongest ideas and explore them through storyboarding
4th Day: Design and prepare prototype(s) that can be tested
5th Day: Conduct user testing with people from the primary target audience

Are you not familiar with design thinking and want to learn more about this method? Please visit one of our trainings at the Bosch IoT Academy.

Bosch IoT Academy Design thinking training

Question Zero Workshop

Question Zero Workshop

The “Question Zero”, i.e. “What exactly are we trying to accomplish?” helps to create a common understanding of what shall be achieved in the course of a project.

In this 6 hours session our UX-team guides you through a process that will answer the following questions:

1. What do you want to build? (Object)
E.g. a cordless screwdriver...
2. What is this good for? (Benefit / Value)
E.g. fix tightening screws.
3. When and where is the solution going to be used? (Context)
E.g. in the domestic environment.
4. Who is going to use our solution? (User)
E.g. a private person with a minor affinity for tools...
5. How are we realizing our idea? (Method / Technology)
E.g. utilizing the new Li-Ion-accumulators.

Brainstorming Session

Brain Storming

Brainstorming is a method of creative problem solving and ideation. Over the course of two hours, we will guide a team of up to 6 people through the process of creating a wealth of ideas that build on one other. The next step will be evaluating those ideas against a matrix of feasibility, desirability, and viability. You will also learn how to carry out ad hoc brainstorming sessions by applying the following rules:

1. Present only one idea at a time
2. Go for quantity
3. Encourage wild ideas
4. Be visual
5. Build on the ideas of others
6. Consider all angles before making decisions
7. Stay focused on the topic

“Customers don’t care about your solution. They care about their problems. Your solution, while interesting, is irrelevant if it doesn‘t solve their problem. This is what UX is all about: understanding your customers and creating engaging solution.”
Christina Dicke, Head of User Experience Services