The study we’re working on right now
Workers of the future
Millenials and the future of work
Would you like to know what 18 to 25 year olds expect from work and from companies in their future? We’re currently talking to nearly 1000 students worldwide, and we’re working on dismantling some well-worn and damaging clichés.
Ask your questions to first-jobbers
Students: fill in our questionnaire
We help organisations to create services and products that their employees and their end users love to use. Whether it’s one of the world’s biggest companies, or a start up, each project is an opportunity to get employees or contractors moving, and to bring about positive change.
Remake axa.com the way a startup would
Attract AXA’s partners, talents and ambassadors of tomorrow by involving them in building their company website, right in the heart of the design process.
From Brand promise to Brand experience
Bringing different departments together through creating an airport experience adapted to travellers’ needs.
Remaking the flagship website in 5 weeks
Highlighting Thales Group’s various activities and targeting them to relevant audiences.
Workshop: turning an idea into action
Solving 2 startups’ problems by running 2 workshops.
Paris Chamber of Commerce (CCI de Paris)
Building a strategy based around human beings
In collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce, building tools to track employee skills, and bringing together everyone involved in just one week.
Providing a leading brand with the best user experience
Creating a toolbox so that AXA’s 59 entities can build digital assets faster.
Reinventing the workplace
Working with multidisciplinary resident teams to build their ideal workplace.
The intranet is dead, long live the digital workplace
Reinventing collaborative tools for one of the world’s innovation leaders, hand in hand with employees.
THE FUTURE OF WORK SEEN FROM SILICON VALLEY
Finding the keys to better recruting, training and involving employees in decision making, and turning them into a study everyone can use.
A card game to break the ice
Getting a new group of people to know each other in a few minutes, so as to work together more effectively.
A work stool for startups
A simple stool that can build you a quiet temporary work space, hold up a board to communicate with your team, and can also be a simple chair which can be used everywhere.
Behind every project and behind every client there are different sources of motivation. We call them our ‘obsessions’ because they lay the groundwork for everything we do at Haigo.
01. Analysing the way something is used
We always go out into the field to meet end users and internal stakeholders in order to find out and access the real problem that needs solving.
02. Building together & iterating
Because we use Design Thinking, we can build pragmatic solutions with our clients which respond to end users’ real problems, and bring together everyone involved.
03. Delivering concrete results
During the production phase, we work in short iterative cycles. This means that we’re creating value from the very first days of the project.
At each project’s kick off, we define the objectives together and their associated indicators. We used them as analytic markers to guarantee our solution’s effectiveness.
05. Creating lasting impact
Our main obsession is to create impact. For Haigo, impact is defined as the end user’s satisfaction, but also by the change we have brought to our client’s organisation.
Whether it’s to benefit our clients or in the universities where we run academies, teaching is key for Haigo. For each project, we organise a phase of knowledge sharing, with the aim of making our clients independent in their work. Ideally, they won’t need our help any longer, and we can move on to the next team or a new client.
Our 3 areas of expertise complement one another
Finding the real problem to be tackled
User research (qualitative/quantitative)
Analysing emerging uses
Defining a vision for the product
Building new and effective solutions
Rapid prototyping & design sprints
UX/UI Interface design
Developing products & services
Building spaces and furniture
Making ideas come to life quickly
Sourcing technical contractors
Organisating public bids for contracts
Launch and communication plans
Data & Analytics