If you are tasked with solving a defined problem but you’re not sure where to begin, our Design Sprint is a great place to start. Broken into distinct phases and inspired by design thinking, a design sprint allows you to quickly brainstorm solutions, prototype, and test with users over the course of five days. This highly collaborative process is great for aligning the team and answering questions about your new product or service before committing to development.
Design sprints work best for problems that are defined and have some research done. Download our Guide to Design Sprints below to learn more about our process and discover if it could be the right approach for your team.
Define. Discover, research, evaluate and define goals
Ideate. Brainstorm a wide range of possible solutions
Decide. Identify ideas that have the highest impact
Create. Build the prototype and create interview questions
Test. Validate with real users and gather feedback
Design Sprint Activities
Define the Vision
Live User Testing
Impact vs. Effort
A Guide to Design Sprints
Quickly test and validate business ideas in our five day design sprint. At the end of this collaborative process, you will have greater alignment, answer critical questions, and validate your solution with users. Learn more about our process in the 33 page ebook.
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