At Kindling we use the Kindling application to discuss and evaluate potential product features, to address engineering issues, to develop strategic goals,—we’ve even opened up a Category to our customers so that they can contribute their ideas to the development of the Kindling application. Nice. And we use Kindling to cultivate our brand and develop…
Customers often ask about how large of an audience should they invite to a particular innovation challenge or topic. While there’s no right answer, there is an important consideration to think through when selecting an audience—how size impacts the potential for serendipity as well as the potential for noise for your participants: As an example,…
Our mission is to make software that people enjoy using. Now Kindling is software that decision-makers enjoy using, too.
On Monday, April 7th, a major bug in the popular SSL library OpenSSL was announced, generally known as Heartbleed. The vulnerability, in a nutshell: Without using any privileged information or credentials we were able to steal the secret keys used for our X.509 certificates, user names and passwords, instant messages, emails and business critical documents…
We’d like to offer some ways in which Kindling can help with innovation in your organization.
Seeking balance between work and life is so often on people’s minds. More enjoyable work could tip the balance a little towards more life.
The worst situation for design is to try to fix bad decisions that have already been made; the best use of design is to affect those decisions from the very beginning towards a better human experience.
It’s an incredible time to be building an enterprise software company.
Kindling makes decision-making around ideas within an organization open and transparent.
“How We Used Kindling at AfterCollege to Engage Everyone in Idea Generation” was written by Teresa Torres at www.teresatorres.com.