design is here
As organisations shift to purpose-driven strategies, new capabilities and methods are required to design experiences for the greater good.
Use our guide to fuel how you deliver your organisation’s purpose.
The blind pursuit of profit at all costs is untenable. It is essential that we make money the right way. After all, if communities suffer as a result of a company’s actions, those returns are not sustainable.”
What is purpose-led design?
Purpose-led design is an emerging design mindset and toolkit aimed at realising purpose-driven strategies.
It moves beyond only considering the direct relationships between organisations and their customers or users, to design solutions that support wider systemic impact. Empowering design and delivery teams to tackle complex challenges we face as a society, such as climate change, diversity and inclusion, social health and wellbeing.
From human-centred to purpose-led
Designing with purpose introduces a new layer of considerations for teams. In addition to balancing the needs of the user, the organisation, and technology, you must now understand how to deliver positive impacts in the world at large.
Download the Nile Guide
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- The core components of founding a purpose-led design practice.
- Examples of organisations who are already doing this well.
- Activities and tips to get your team started.
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Here to help your team
Nile is a strategic design consultancy.
We help organisations across the globe design experiences that connect with people, amidst the complexity of the world today. We can help you find meaningful ways to embody purpose in your products, services and cultures in order to deliver your strategic goals.
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See our latest Q&A discussion
Just in case you missed it, you can watch the recording of our most recent Q&A on Purpose-led Design below.