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Use The Design Sprint to Produce Results

The Design sprint process is your key to solving the big challenges that are keeping your product from getting to market, so you can get business results faster. Reduce weeks’ worth of meetings, into a clear 4-5-day process that teams & customers, love.

A design sprint is designed to work intensely to get a solution to a business problem through design. This is a great benefit because you save a lot of time and money and allows you to define a validation plan based on the feedback from your users.

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What Is A Design Sprint?

Design sprints are an intense, 4-5-day innovation process, allowing problems to be uncovered, ideas to be developed and a prototype-solution to be built and validated.

For Design sprints to be successful, it is crucial that projects are run by cross-functional teams, including members of staff from a wide variety of areas of the business such as sales, operations and finance etc.

“You can run a sprint anytime you’re not sure what to do or struggling to get started, or dealing with a high-stakes decision”

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Jake Knapp created the design sprint process and has been run with SME’s and large corporate organisations such as Slack, Nest and Lego. Previously, Jake worked at Google, leading sprints for everything from Gmail to google x.

A Design sprint offers a transformative formula for testing ideas that work, whether you’re at a start-up or a large organisation. Within 4-5-days, you’ll move from idea to prototype to decision, saving you and your team countless hours and financial costs.

Benefits From A Design Sprint

Any business wants results fast. A design sprint will allow your team to condense months of potential development work defining a new product or product feature into just 4-5-days.

If you’re a large corporate, design sprints will help you become a more lean organisation. For start-ups, it allows you to use your limited resources more effectively and efficiently.

We’ve delivered design sprints to large corporates, public sector organisations and start-ups.

No matter what industry you operate in, your business will be able to benefit from faster, more efficient results.

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What To Expect

Our 4-5-day Design sprint challenges employees in your organisation to break out of their comfort zone and play a key part in the innovation process, bringing their expertise and world view to help shape how innovation is developed.

We reduce week’s worth of meetings, ideation and confusing decision-making processes into a clear 4-5-day process.

Remote Design Sprints

Online tools have accelerated the design sprint for remote work. Today, thanks to these tools we are ready to accompany you in your virtual workshops.

We exchange information in real-time by videoconference and use mural, a virtual whiteboard on which everyone can interact, which allows us to run practical exercises.

The design sprint was built for online, remote collaboration and is the gold standard fast process to develop your concept.

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Design Sprint Process

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A Design Sprint is effective when the problem is meaningful enough and challenging enough that employees from different groups need to work together to find a solution.

The suggested ideal number of people involved in the sprint is 4-7 people and they include the facilitator, designer, a decision-maker (often a CEO if the company is a startup), product manager, engineer and someone from companies core business departments (Marketing, Content, Operations, etc.).

Design sprints also encourage original thinking through experimentation and iteration. Because of their focus on sketching and prototyping, it is possible to explore ideas that would typically be rejected by the company out of hand. Prototyping and sketching also reduce the cost of failure.

The Remote Design Sprint takes place across four days, with four phases: 1) Map and sketch 2) Decide and storyboard 3) Prototype 4) Test and learn. You can use this template to work with the full group during the first two days. Voting and Timer features are particularly useful when running a Design Sprint with a distributed team.

Companies of all shapes and sizes are using the design sprint method and having great success. Google Ventures has run over 150 sprints with companies like Slack, Flatiron Health, and Blue Bottle Coffee. There are also smaller organisations in different industries that use design sprints.