Validate your idea without wasting precious resources and time.
Compress months of potential work in a few days
Having a "good quality product" is no longer enough. You must have the right product.
A Design Sprint is the quickest way to find out if it's worth developing a product, if a feature deserves your team's effort or if you're aiming for the right Value Proposition.
Don't invest months, invest a week.
How does a Design Sprint work?
A Design Sprint is an intense 5-day course. On the first day we work together to define the goal of the week and generate possible solutions to the problem. The second day concerns the choice of solutions to be prototyped. On the third day we build a high-fidelity prototype, which is tested with real users on the fourth day. On the last day there is a review of what has been done to define the next steps.Let's talk
- Validate a product idea in a short time
- Create a tangible prototype to pitch investors
- To understand if the business model makes sense or not
- To drastically improve a product functionality
- Product prototypes or features tested by real users
- A digital collection of all the artifacts produced during the sprint, with additional annotations from our UX designers
- An Executive Document to explain the Design Sprint process and takeaways to non-participating stakeholders
We are "Remote Friendly"
Armed with a wide range of remote tools such as Miro, Figma, Maze and many more, our professional experts achieve the same results as a face-to-face design sprint, but practically.
As with all projects, remote means that the approach may change, but the results remain the same.
But what happens after a Design Sprint?
Once you have a tangible representation of your product in hand and real user information to guide your next steps, making decisions becomes much easier. You could use a second sprint to iterate and refine the idea, bringing it very close to ready production, or you could use the prototype to further sell the idea and develop the concept.