Know how people feel about your product before building it. The Design Sprint process let's solve business problems and test big ideas in just 4 days. Squeeze months of work into a few days.
With a Design Sprint workshop, you can see how people react to your product before investing time and resources. We all have assumptions about what works best for our users. However, we only know for sure the moment after we built and launched it. The Design Sprint lets you skip these parts of development, giving you the data needed, to create a better experience right away.
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The tangible prototype and insights move your team faster into developing the solution. Since we validate our assumptions before building anything you can commit to the right things. Not only does that give you a jump start on development it also frees up resources for other projects and further iterations.
Working on complex solutions requires a diverse set of people that work towards a common goal. However, keeping everyone on the same page is hard in any organization. Getting all stakeholders in one room with a clear schedule and no distractions help us to focus on the task at hand.
The Design Sprint is a 4-day step by step process with a series of exercises on each day. Get your project started with a head start.
First, we need to understand more about the challenge we try to solve. We create a map together showing all actors and steps involved for users to complete their journey. This keeps everyone aligned on one common target and long term goal.
We kick into solution gear by inspiring each other in the sprint team with ideas and concepts from all sort of sources. Next, we sketch concepts to solve the challenge we identified in the morning.
Through a series of voting and presenting the team expresses their opinions on solutions. This helps the decider to decide what concept to pick and test at the end of the week.
Before creating the prototype, the sprint team draws a storyboard with the essential steps and screens of our solution. We want to make the solution as tangible and clear as it gets, so prototyping runs smoothly.
By prioritizing the critical steps of the solution and focusing on the essential moments of the journey, we can create a realistic prototype. It's a facade without real functionality to see if our assumptions are correct and to get genuine reactions from our testers.
Finally, everything comes together in the user test. We are now able to validate our solution against the long term goals and questions posed in the beginning. Through finding 5-6 highly relevant people, we can get a clear understanding of what works and what doesn't in the prototype.