Making the world a better place means finding solutions that work, and scaling them to maximize progress. From global health to agriculture, disaster relief, education and financial inclusion, frog designs new solutions, systems and strategies to address the needs and aspirations of underserved communities around the globe.
As emerging technologies become cheaper and easier to access, they create powerful new opportunities to improve human experience. frog helps humanitarian and development organizations shape these opportunities for the communities they serve, using both mature and innovative technologies to reach new groups and amplify change.
By opening up the innovation process, frog brings together diverse organizations and stakeholders—including the individuals and communities that will benefit from the work. Using design tools and iterative processes, we quickly translate research insights into on-the-ground experiences that can be tested and perfected.
frog helps our social impact clients harness their existing expertise to co-design the products, services, and strategic frameworks that create even greater benefits for the communities they serve. Our work goes beyond a single project or initiative. We provide the training, mentorship, and support needed to sustain a culture of innovation.
We foster partnerships between the public, private, and social sectors to sustainably scale solutions from both social and business perspectives. Establishing a shared long-term vision with collaborators, frog helps identify value ecosystems and resources to drive action and advocacy around mutual opportunities.
Our work fundamentally changes the way businesses and industries operate, creating measurable value for our clients, end users and society. Talk to our business development team about working with frog.
The Collective Action Toolkit puts design-thinking tools into the hands of local change agents to transform communities
We actively engage in conversations at the intersection of design, technology and business. Contact us with interview and speaking requests.
“Humanitarian and development efforts can risk partitioning human beings in behavioral silos—for example the part of a mother who looks after her baby from a nutritional perspective, an educational perspective, a health perspective—but that’s still one baby and one mother. We often bring back that person as one person and take a holistic life perspective to inform system-level efforts.”