Walking is so passé.
It’s time to sprint
Design Sprints - an agile approach for big ideas and grand digital designs
Better products, faster
Time & Cost Effective
Rapidly workshop, unravel roadblocks, build fast, reduce development cycles, accelerate success.
Use methods trusted by tech giants (like Google). Sprint at the beginning so if you fail, you fail early.
Broaden your creative input; ideate, collaborate, interact, storyboard, learn from each other.
Validate your product early by focusing on feedback, usability, and commercial viability.
Decision time. A day for collating the best part of everyone’s ideas, reviewing what we’ve designed so far, and deciding on features, functions, and solutions. From here, we pull together the key ingredients that will lead to prototype phase.
Once we identify the problem, we go into solution mode where anything is possible. A time to gather inspiration, storyboard, develop wireframes, build a blueprint, and create a visual guide that represents the skeletal framework for the product we are building.
A day of discovery where we deep dive into the commercial viability of your idea, user personas, identify potential pain points, and flesh out future opportunities. We discuss technology capability and select the most critical features of your digital idea.
And so it begins. Based on our findings on day three, we develop a realistic and clickable digital prototype that can be tested in real life by real people. This is a quick build, focusing less on beauty and more usability.
Finalise the prototype, observe, and get armed for feedback. The digital product is shared with users (outside of the organisation) who will give feedback on usability so we can learn what works and what doesn’t.