In February 2015 we made a poll about what users think about MethodKit.

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To summarize what people answered on What is the best thing(s) with MethodKit? Universal, simplicity, freedom, easy to use, versatility, clean simple design, languagelessness.

Below you can find more voices.

The anonymous answers below are a selection of answers from the poll we sent out in february. The question was What is the best thing(s) with MethodKit?

They are kinda universal and used for many things, they can take on many different shapes and act as change agents in different parts of a project’s life cycle.“

Freedom, helps but does not imply specific methods or processes. “

It is simple and a great way to start and understand projects.”

I get turned on by good tools and get genuinely excited by projects that actually happen. MethodKit ticks both boxes. I’ve used MethodKit to not only develop ideas and concepts, but also take them through to execution and build. It enables me to create a tangible process, and makes it possible to collaboratively visualise and develop with others.”

-Sveinung Skaalnes (@skaalnes), Stockholm. 
R&D at Hyper Island.

Easy and flexibility to use. Design and minimal input -> it is therefore open for own interpretation. Other Card Decks like Design Thinking Prototypes, SILK Service Innovation Cards, have too much information to be accessible in short time as you have to read.”

It works as moderator on the process, helping us to cover all aspects of projects.“

In a world oversaturated with digitised project management tools and efficiency salves, MethodKit is a welcomed reprieve – that positively favours face to face project development beyond the screen. I’ve been using MethodKit since 2012 to structure a high diversity of projects – whether it be exhibitions, websites or new social spaces. MethodKit is unique in its ability to maintain the spirit of the work that matters to you and its ambition, freeing your mind and close collaborators from the emotionless drudgery of online workspaces.”

– Ben Vickers (
@benvickers_), London/Athens, Curator of Digital at Serpentine Galleries / Facilitating unMonastery.

Ability to provide visual prompts for people to make sense of issues and what options they could select from.”

I find it useful because it has an authoritative feel – it’s not my opinion – it’s the cards!“

Small, sexy, superhelpful”

The possibility to readapt the tool to our needs by selecting just the cards I need. Is like if I was creating my own tool.”

It works as moderator on the process, helping us to cover all aspects of projects.“

How the cards offer focus and purposeful exploration, helping to separate things which can otherwise feel impossibly connected or hard to define.”

It is easy to use and makes a workshop feel more “professional”. It is easy to get people started and focused on the task.”

The small and easy format, the languagelessness, it helps be be associative and not get hung up on words”

The kits are great tools for gathering missing pieces to your project as well as giving your existing tools new perspectives. The MethodKit for Projects cards enables a hands-on way for teams to prioritize, group and highlight steps in the projects life cycle. The cards help you find new ways of structuring and developing your presentations making them more inspiring and thorough. With cards like needs, tools, methods and passions from the MethodKit for Personal Development my presentations brings out the core of the knowledge and drive I want to present.”

– Ellen Sundh (
@ellensundh), Stockholm. Creative Technologist, Coda Collective

It exists! It’s cool. The project one especially is great because it’s so universal.”

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