Our footprint
Our footprint

Carbon footprint calculation for co-working operators

We designed and validated Puuni Ltd's innovative product idea: a service that enables co-working space operators to provide their clients with a tailored report on the carbon footprint based on the usage of their space. This service is designed to provide insightful and valuable information to our clients, helping them understand and manage their environmental impact in a conscious and responsible manner.

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The Agile Prototype of Case Puuni

As we collaborated with Mindhive, our objective was to gain professional assistance in clarifying our idea. We envisioned a new service and sought the expertise of professionals to share their views on the feasibility and effectiveness of our concept, with the aim to evolve it into a successful service. Mindhive proactively communicated with our client in Australia, bringing to light new perspectives and uncovering crucial information that we had previously missed.


This collaboration helped us to refine our concept and develop a visual plan demonstrating the functionality of our service. These tools now enable us to effectively illustrate the potential of our original idea to potential clients and investors in a manner that is both concrete and compelling. Mindhive has proven to be an invaluable partner for companies in search of specialized support for the development of their new services.

Puuni logo
Puuni logo

Joona Puhakka

Founder of the company

Puuni

With the advent of ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) criteria, carbon footprint accounting is becoming a regulatory obligation for all companies. While the direct impact often concerns larger corporations, this obligation also cascades down the value chain to smaller entities. These requirements extend to businesses operating in co-working spaces as well. In our agile prototype, we designed a preliminary user interface prototype for a platform service that enabled testing of a product idea for a co-working operator’s carbon footprint reporting service.

Learn more

www.puuni.fi

Where did we start

Mindhive service design
Mindhive service design

Need

To support sales, the client needed a user interface prototype that would enable them to present a tangible solution to potential customers or investors. This solution is specifically crafted to facilitate the reporting of carbon footprints for companies functioning within co-working spaces.

Solution

Based on the insights gained from interviews, we crafted the potential user's customer journey. Solutions to the concerns identified along this path were taken into consideration in the design of our user interface prototype.

Need

To support sales, the client needed a user interface prototype that would enable them to present a tangible solution to potential customers or investors. This solution is specifically crafted to facilitate the reporting of carbon footprints for companies functioning within co-working spaces.

Solution

Based on the insights gained from interviews, we crafted the potential user's customer journey. Solutions to the concerns identified along this path were taken into consideration in the design of our user interface prototype.

Interviews

User journeys

Prototype

Development

How did we do it

Clarifying the idea through the customer journey

At the beginning of the experiment, we interviewed company experts to understand the goals of the business idea and the concreteness of carbon footprint calculation. In addition, we interviewed the operational director of a large co-working operator operating abroad, in order to better identify the thoughts and challenges related to reporting in accordance with future regulations.


Based on this understanding, we compiled a customer journey to help sell the service, which takes into account the customer's possible concerns and presents solutions to them. The customer journey design also describes all the touchpoints between the customer and the service where the customer is required to take some action. By describing the customer journey, we were also able to clarify the service's monetization model.

Bringing concrete form with the prototype

Based on these insights, we designed a visually appealing, clickable prototype of the service. This prototype serves as a tool to present the concept to potential clients and investors. It also demonstrates how co-working operators can be motivated to participate in selling the service, following a revenue share model.

What did our customer get

The agile prototype also made it possible to present the idea to a client, with whom we could collaboratively continue the development work.

The trial demonstrated that the service could have potential users and that its implementation could be effectively reinforced through iterative development.

The agile prototype also made it possible to present the idea to a client, with whom we could collaboratively continue the development work.

The trial demonstrated that the service could have potential users and that its implementation could be effectively reinforced through iterative development.

Would you like to agilely test a product or service idea? Get in touch and let's explore how we can assist you.

The Agile Prototype of Case Puuni

As we collaborated with Mindhive, our objective was to gain professional assistance in clarifying our idea. We envisioned a new service and sought the expertise of professionals to share their views on the feasibility and effectiveness of our concept, with the aim to evolve it into a successful service. Mindhive proactively communicated with our client in Australia, bringing to light new perspectives and uncovering crucial information that we had previously missed.


This collaboration helped us to refine our concept and develop a visual plan demonstrating the functionality of our service. These tools now enable us to effectively illustrate the potential of our original idea to potential clients and investors in a manner that is both concrete and compelling. Mindhive has proven to be an invaluable partner for companies in search of specialized support for the development of their new services.

Puuni logo

Joona Puhakka

Founder of the company

Puuni

With the advent of ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) criteria, carbon footprint accounting is becoming a regulatory obligation for all companies. While the direct impact often concerns larger corporations, this obligation also cascades down the value chain to smaller entities. These requirements extend to businesses operating in co-working spaces as well. In our agile prototype, we designed a preliminary user interface prototype for a platform service that enabled testing of a product idea for a co-working operator’s carbon footprint reporting service.

Learn more

www.puuni.fi

Where did we start

Mindhive service design

Need

To support sales, the client needed a user interface prototype that would enable them to present a tangible solution to potential customers or investors. This solution is specifically crafted to facilitate the reporting of carbon footprints for companies functioning within co-working spaces.

Solution

Based on the insights gained from interviews, we crafted the potential user's customer journey. Solutions to the concerns identified along this path were taken into consideration in the design of our user interface prototype.

Interviews

User journeys

Prototype

Development

How did we do it

Clarifying the idea through the customer journey

At the beginning of the experiment, we interviewed company experts to understand the goals of the business idea and the concreteness of carbon footprint calculation. In addition, we interviewed the operational director of a large co-working operator operating abroad, in order to better identify the thoughts and challenges related to reporting in accordance with future regulations.


Based on this understanding, we compiled a customer journey to help sell the service, which takes into account the customer's possible concerns and presents solutions to them. The customer journey design also describes all the touchpoints between the customer and the service where the customer is required to take some action. By describing the customer journey, we were also able to clarify the service's monetization model.

Bringing concrete form with the prototype

Based on these insights, we designed a visually appealing, clickable prototype of the service. This prototype serves as a tool to present the concept to potential clients and investors. It also demonstrates how co-working operators can be motivated to participate in selling the service, following a revenue share model.

What did our customer get

The agile prototype also made it possible to present the idea to a client, with whom we could collaboratively continue the development work.

The trial demonstrated that the service could have potential users and that its implementation could be effectively reinforced through iterative development.

Would you like to agilely test a product or service idea? Get in touch and let's explore how we can assist you.