Use these Lucidspark templates to brainstorm, plan, innovate, and collaborate in person or virtually with teams.

Lucidspark offers a virtual whiteboard and collaboration space for teams who are spread out across the country or simply across the office to innovate, brainstorm, and create together. In this blog post, we’ll share some of our favorite templates from Lucidspark to help you get started quickly with using this tool.

1. Brainwriting Template

This brainwriting template features space to go through a classic 6-3-5 brainwriting exercise where you gather a few people together and have them write down three ideas in five minutes. After that first round, participants “move” onto the idea from the person on their right, adding more details and ideas as they go. Repeat a few times and then discuss at the end to vote on which ideas are more beneficial to continue pursuing.

2. Random Words Brainstorming Template

This Lucidspark template features space to complete a random word brainstorming session. Teams have plenty of space to write down ideas or thoughts based on the random word or idea.

3. SCAMPER Template

This template follows the SCAMPER brainstorming method to help teams answer questions and uncover innovative solutions to problems. SCAMPER stands for Substitute, Combine, Adapt, Modify, Put to other use, Eliminate, and Reverse.

4. Reverse Brainstorming Template

This template from Lucidspark follows the reverse brainstorming method and is designed to help teams examine cause and impact and then identify potential solutions around these.

5. Design Thinking Template

This design thinking template will lead teams through the design thinking process from start to finish, from understanding the challenge to brainstorming ideas and turning that solution into a reality.

6. Design Sprint Template

The design sprint template from Lucidspark encourages collaboration and offers an efficient, simple, and customizable virtual design sprint workbook for teams. Design, prototype, and test ideas in person or virtually using this template.

7. Quick Retrospective Template

When you’re nearing the end of an innovation workshop or session, it’s always a good idea to end with a retrospective or reflective activity. This quick retrospective template offers an opportunity to reflect on what was good, what was bad, and what needs to happen next following the meeting or workshop.

Lucidspark Templates Conclusion

These Lucidspark templates can be a great way to get started using this virtual collaboration tool! Looking for even more great resources and guides? Check out other relevant articles using the links below.

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