A Design Sprint can greatly improve your existing product, or make things come to life that you haven't even thought about yet. This engagement allows us to test, validate, and quickly iterate on that idea without the need for a larger development team.
Creating a fully responsive marketing site to promote your product.
The Research & Discovery portion of this process focuses on discovering any and all relevant details about the product, the value proposition(s), and where the product stands in its respective market(s). In this first phase, we aim to get a deep understanding of the problems you are facing, and what can be solved through design.
This will, of course, start with a planning meeting to establish a baseline of what is correct and incorrect with their product in your own words. The end result of this stage of the process is an understanding of your goals with this product.
Takes a hybrid of sitemaps and personas. Defines what happens when users take different actions.
In the Build & Test phase of the sprint, we get our hands dirty and prototype, prototype, prototype. Having a deep understanding of the product goals at this point, we will begin to test some of our assumptions by building prototypes and designing micro-interactions.
Interview a spectrum of users to test assumptions based on the prototypes.
A final working prototype to show how the user interface works as a whole.
All design files and prototypes will be ready for the development process.
Prototyping sprints can be extremely helpful and save time/money when looking to kick off a new product or feature. If you are having trouble delivering value with an existing product and want an in-depth analysis of key areas that can be improved, check out one of our other design-focused offerings, the UX Audit.