About Us



Where three key business qualities intersect – intensity, integrity and transparency – Design Laboratory stands alone. Design Laboratory helps its clients achieve organizational alignment, manage complexity, and implement goals and changes so they compete, excel, and prosper.

Design Laboratory has completed consulting projects since its founding in 1995 for companies in the Pacific Northwest. Today, Design Laboratory is managed by entrepreneurial veterans of software, finance and top-tier consulting. The company offers cross-industry experience, deep expertise in strategy, operations, product and program management, privacy and business intelligence.

Every Design Laboratory client, from global enterprise to growing start-up, receives customized attention, solutions and services that demonstrate our hallmarks.

APPROACH

  • We strive to bring greater clarity to any environment we hit. The clarity comes from transparency. Our willingness to do the legwork, roll up the client’s current state, and visualize future state.

Hallmarks

  • INTENSITY

    The energy and ability of Design Laboratory consultants are unmatched, their optimism and confidence infectious. They bring equal zeal to high-level business requirements and nuts-and-bolts implementation.

  • INTEGRITY

    The Golden Rule is Design Laboratory’s operating charter. Customers and consultants alike are treated with respect and sincerity.

  • TRANSPARENCY

    Clients see everything we do. They watch us identify and mitigate risk in real time. They see a team culture that promotes fluid, fearless communication – and better solutions.

Results

From consultant screening processes to back-end infrastructure, and especially with precision performance on project after project, Design Laboratory’s devotion to excellence is unmatched. The results are consistently amazing.


Mission Statement

Design Laboratory's mission is to revolutionize consulting with a golden rule approach. We work with passion and intensity, remembering that life is too short not to have a sense of humor.