Build meaningful products,
solve big challenges
using Design Sprints.
No unstructured brainstorming, only tangible and decisive work.
– Jake Knapp, Creator of Design Sprint
What is a Design Sprint?
A Design Sprint is a 4-day highly focused and intensive process to design new products, improve existing ones, or solve critical business challenges faster.
It helps to reach clearly defined goals and deliverables quickly without months of discussions and work. It helps us decide if a product, process, service, or feature is worth building or not.
Why should you use Design Sprints?
We believe that the traditional processes take months of efforts and time to get you data which you can use to decide next steps on the key products, features, and decisions. More than 50% of the time, teams are occupied doing the wasted work only. We believe in no wasted efforts.
Invest only a week or two to get data, not months.
When should you do a Design Sprint?
You have a big project and you’re just starting out with it.
It’s going to take a lot of time and money.
You don’t have sufficient time to test something big.
When you get into deadlocks.
Restart when you get a major failure at something.
When an organizational structure becomes a hurdle.
What does a Design Sprint look like?
Day 1 – We work directly with you to define the challenge and scope of the week. We build plenty of solutions that can solve the challenge.
Day 2 – We decide on the best solution(s) to prototype on the next day.
Day 3 – We build a high fidelity prototype which looks and feels like a real product.
Day 4 – We test the prototype with real users of the target group.
What's the exact outcome?
As an outcome of every Design Sprint, you get real feedback from the real users by having them test a high-fidelity interactive prototype. It is not just a wireframe but looks and feels like a real product. It gives us clear insights to decide next steps.
Click here to interact with one of our high-fidelity prototypes.
What can be next after a Design Sprint?
Real user feedback is insights to decide the next steps in the product or business challenges. It helps to decide if another Sprint is needed to iterate and improve the solution. Or you can choose to convert the prototype into a real product, i.e., start developing the concept to launch it.
If it's about a process or service, you can roll it out on a large-scale at the organization level.
If validating a big idea or concept was your Sprint goal, you can get further buy-in from the investors or decision makers to invest more into it by presenting the result of the Design Sprint.
What will you get from us?
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