New bets can be expensive and there can be many risks involved with them. Design Sprints are a quick way to test an idea and test it with end users early. They are also a good way to accelerate the design process using a collaborative approach with the critical stakeholders.
See your product come alive in record time and test your biggest hypothesis
Minimum savings on total project cost by validating an idea with customers and building the product right by avoiding rework fixing errors later
Cost savings by avoiding building a product that does not work well with the customer and ideas are rejected
Stakeholders are aligned by working together throughout the Design Sprint
DAY 1: Workshop participants will hear about existing research, insights and SME inputs on relevant topics. This helps in building a shared knowledge about the problem space.
DAY 2: Participants consider widely different solutions, look at competitors, bring ideas, sketch together and have one another build upon other big ideas.
DAY 3: Leadership team will weigh in on ideas and pick a direction based on all the work that was generated the day before. That direction is then taken forward, and details are added to make it a more compelling idea.
DAY 4: Translate sketches and storyboard in a prototype. This is a production for designers and developers to put a convincing enough product together to test with end-users.
DAY 5: Five to six end-users will provide feedback on different topics that will either validate or invalidate the idea, so participants have a clear unbiased view of an ideas usefulness.
We can effectively innovate in a remote setup using online tools. We mange camera fatigue, active engagement and participation from all.
90% of our concepts created with Design Sprints were used to successfully get funding and were prioritized on business roadmaps.
We use our libraries, and IP to create clickable prototypes in hi-fidelity at a very fast pace. Many users are surprised to find that prototypes are not in production