This chapter presents a case study in order to introduce the key concepts of the Futures Literacy Framework (FLF). It describes the FLF in detail, explaining the different ontological and epistemological categories that are used to map Futures Literacy (FL). The chapter then provides two illustrations of how the FLF can be used. The first explains how the FLF can be used to situate and design Futures Literacy Laboratories (FLL), a general-purpose tool that reveals anticipatory assumptions (AA), and then a more specific task-oriented sub-category of FLL designed specifically for the research agenda of this project regarding novelty, the FLL-Novelty (FLL-N). The second discusses how the FLF can be used to situate the theory and practice of Future Studies (FS) in ways that clarify why particular tools are more or less appropriate for specific tasks as well as pointing to the potential to both deepen and enlarge the discipline beyond the boundaries of currently dominant theory and practice.