What are lists used for?

Use the list feature to take an initial idea and develop it into a more detailed and robust concept.

A card with pros and cons

Why should you use lists?

Sometimes, generating one-sentence ideas off the top of your head may not be enough to fully explore and develop an idea.

That's where lists come in! Lists allow you to create a structured set of items or questions within a Stormz card that participants can use to refine, enrich, or develop the original idea.

By setting up lists carefully, you can guide participants in improving and expanding upon the initial idea, turning it into a fully-fledged concept.

Some examples of list frameworks:

You can set up as many lists as you want:

  • The classic Pros & Cons (3 lists):
    • Pros,
    • Cons,
    • Improvements.
  • The GPS by Tim Hurson (3 lists):
    • Good,
    • Problems,
    • Step-it up.
  • The PPCO, a powerful CPS framework (4 lists):
    • Plus,
    • Potential,
    • Concerns,
    • Overcoming Concerns.
  • Concept Development (5 lists):
    • Key ingredients,
    • Benefits,
    • Target users,
    • Potential Issues,
    • Experiment plan.
  • And more...