Our 51 analog tools make it easier to work with everything from small projects to urban planning. From brainstorming in meetings to creative planning sessions.
Below we categorized the tools into different categories for easy overview.
Kits for mapping and planning
These kits contain the shared language and concepts we use when we talk about a topic or subject. We call these MethodKit for…
Kits for workshop planning
The fundamentals for structuring your own workshop. See these as the foundation of which you can build the most rewarding discussions, collaboration and learning moments.
Kits for brainstorming and design sprints
These are collections of building blocks for ideation. They can be used as fast and effective tools in hackathons and sprints. We call these MethodKit with…
Kits for working with architecture and cities
These kits help you see and understand the space around you. Whether it’s in your home, your neighborhood, city or society.
Besides the standard formats, we also have a selection of lab kits. These can be used for multiple purposes or target specific subjects depending on your needs.
Most kits exist in at least 2 sizes.
Small (~A8), 84x55mm (similar to a business card). Recommended for working by yourself or with a small group.
Medium (~A7), 126x82mm (similar to the screen size of an iPhone X). Recommended for working by yourself or with a group.
Large (~A6), 168x110mm (similar to the screen size on an iPad mini). Recommended for very large groups only. Medium is more versatile in most cases.
Get all of our 51 kits with a hefty discount. A collection suitable for teachers, workshop facilitators, colleges, libraries, consultancy firms, conference rooms, R&D departments and creative agencies.
How to use
Understand how the kits can be used in workshops and tips and tricks for optimal use.