Product Design using
Many invest months in designing a product.
And then, there are a few who do it in a WEEK!
What's a Design Sprint?
A Design Sprint is a 4-day process that helps answer challenging business questions, build new products, or improve existing products through rapid prototyping and user testing. It helps to reach clearly defined goals and deliverables quickly without months of discussions and work. It encourages user-centered thinking and gets you to product launch faster.
Why do we use the Design Sprint?
It is versatile. It can be used to design new products, services, processes, improve existing products, test new ideas or features, and much more. It removes months of discussions, development efforts and gives an outcome in a week; which helps us decide if a product or feature is worth developing.
What's the exact outcome?
As an outcome of every Design Sprint, we get real feedback from the actual users by having them test the high fidelity prototype. It helps the team define the product strategy.
What can be next after a Design Sprint?
Real user feedback is insights to decide the next steps on the product. It helps to determine if another Sprint is needed to iterate and improve the idea. Or you can choose to convert the prototype into a real product, i.e., start developing the concept to launch it.
And, how do we do it?
We run a 4-day Design Sprint.
Day 1 - We work directly with you to understand the challenges and decide the scope of the week.
Day 2 - We finalize a solution to the challenges to prototype on the next day.
Day 3 - We build a high fidelity prototype. It is not just a wireframe. It is an interactive prototype which looks and feels like a real product.
Day 4 - We test the prototype with the real users.
👉 Want us to do a Design Sprint remotely? Not a problem! We do it. 👍
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