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IdeaScale Emojis are Here! 👍 🤖 💡

IdeaScale Emojis

Whatever you think of them, whichever one is your favorite, the power of emojis is undeniable. As was reported in a recent article, “there are 3.2 billion internet users worldwide and according to one source, 92 percent of them regularly use emojis.” They use them for a variety of purposes: to get you to open … Continued

Using Design Principles At IdeaScale

Having design principles is like having a set of constraints or guidelines to work with. In her post  “Taming Blue Sky Ideation: Collecting Ideas that are Both Novel and Valuable,” Whitney describes how presenting a strong problem statement with clear constraints in an innovation challenge “breeds creativity.” This notion can be applied to many different … Continued

The IdeaScale Support Team Best Practices

IdeaScale support Team

A successful product like IdeaScale’s relies heavily on satisfying customers when it comes to various factors like price, value, usability, flexibility/customization. But customer support also plays a vital role in communicating product changes to customers promptly, collecting feedback good or bad about the product and passing it along internally, and primarily resolving issues and documenting … Continued

The Silicon Valley Tour of Europe

silicon valley tour of europe

  IdeaScale has been serving customers globally almost since day one. It’s one of the reasons that we prioritized accessibility, ensuring that our app performs in even historically low-bandwidth areas, and multi-lingual capabilities in our product development. We wanted to make sure that anyone, anywhere can share ideas, build on the ideas of others and … Continued

Culture Creator = Sustainable Innovation


When playing the role of culture creator, the leader’s primary task is to ensure the spirit of the innovation process is understood, celebrated, and aligned with the strategy of the organization. The importance of fostering beliefs and behaviors that encourage innovation within your team and organization cannot be overstated. As products, technologies, business models become … Continued