Objectives: Solve problems and test new ideas in a focused and measurable way Kickstart and obtain initial validation for product design work to maximize the chances of creating something people want. The Design Sprint gives teams a shortcut to learning. Instead of waiting to launch a minimal product to understand if an idea is good, you’ll get clear data from a realistic prototype.
The format of a Design Sprint gives teams a way to focus the attention of the team on a very specific problem. It works particularly well when there is no obvious solution to your challenge, and the problem is meaningful enough and challenging enough that employees from different groups need to work together to find a solution. A Design Sprint can add value: At the beginning of a project: you can use a Design Sprint to start the innovation of a product concept. This works well when you’re exploring opportunities with the goal of coming up with original concepts and needs to be tested in the real world. In the middle of a project: you can use a Design Sprint to start a new cycle of updates, expanding on an existing concept or exploring new ways to use an existing product. For a mature project, the Design Sprint can also be used to test a single feature or subcomponent of a product. This allows you to focus in on an aspect of the design.
Everything you think about design projects is wrong!
You have to come up with an idea You have to have endless meetings, stretching over months You decide on the idea, now you have to grow it You have more endless meetings You have to build / produce the product You test it, it’s ready You have to have more meetings You launch it and hope people like it You see what people think of your idea, how they use it
Wrong! You don’t have to! Shortcut all of that with a 4 day design sprint!
Six phases, 4 days, DONE!
No matter what you’re designing - whether it’s UI, UX, or an actual physical product (even cakes - we like cakes!), you can shortcut months of work and get from a seed of an idea to an actual prototype, tested with actual feedback from a real live person; an actual customer! Think about it - why would you invest time, money, effort and emotions in a massive long term project and all of the risk that involves? - what if you create a flop?! Months of dull meetings, pushing the same ideas and objections around, not really getting anywhere. You can get to the same place in less than a week, at a fraction of the cost, with our world class facilitation.
Solve big problems and test ideas with your team in just four days
Why should I trust the process? The concept of design sprints was developed by a multi disciplinary team working out of Google Ventures in 2010. We’re trained and accredited Design Spring Masters, putting us in the top 1% of the most sought after facilitators on the globe. How flexible is it, can it cope with my project? 100%! Here’s some uses we’ve made of design sprints: Launching a new product or service Extending existing products / experiences to a new platform Products that need user experience or user interface design and feedback New features and functionality Improvement of existing products or services Business transformation programmes
So, do you want to know more about the process and how we can help you save time and money? Fill in the form and we’ll get back to you!
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Sprinting Leopards is a trading name of Bright Citrus Limited - Registered in England and Wales; Company Number 08458708 Second Floor, 20 Stuart Street, Luton, Bedfordshire. LU1 2SL hello@sprintingleopards.com
Objectives: Solve problems and test new ideas in a focused and measurable way Kickstart and obtain initial validation for product design work to maximize the chances of creating something people want. The Design Sprint gives teams a shortcut to learning. Instead of waiting to launch a minimal product to understand if an idea is good, you’ll get clear data from a realistic prototype.
The format of a Design Sprint gives teams a way to focus the attention of the team on a very specific problem. It works particularly well when there is no obvious solution to your challenge, and the problem is meaningful enough and challenging enough that employees from different groups need to work together to find a solution. A Design Sprint can add value: At the beginning of a project: you can use a Design Sprint to start the innovation of a product concept. This works well when you’re exploring opportunities with the goal of coming up with original concepts and needs to be tested in the real world. In the middle of a project: you can use a Design Sprint to start a new cycle of updates, expanding on an existing concept or exploring new ways to use an existing product. For a mature project, the Design Sprint can also be used to test a single feature or subcomponent of a product. This allows you to focus in on an aspect of the design.
Everything you think about design projects is wrong!
You have to come up with an idea You have to have endless meetings, stretching over months You decide on the idea, now you have to grow it You have more endless meetings You have to build / produce the product You test it, it’s ready You have to have more meetings You launch it and hope people like it You see what people think of your idea, how they use it
Wrong! You don’t have to! Shortcut all of that with a 4 day design sprint!
Six phases, 4 days, DONE!
No matter what you’re designing - whether it’s UI, UX, or an actual physical product (even cakes - we like cakes!), you can shortcut months of work and get from a seed of an idea to an actual prototype, tested with actual feedback from a real live person; an actual customer! Think about it - why would you invest time, money, effort and emotions in a massive long term project and all of the risk that involves? - what if you create a flop?! Months of dull meetings, pushing the same ideas and objections around, not really getting anywhere. You can get to the same place in less than a week, at a fraction of the cost, with our world class facilitation.
Solve big problems and test ideas with your team in just four days
Why should I trust the process? The concept of design sprints was developed by a multi disciplinary team working out of Google Ventures in 2010. We’re trained and accredited Design Spring Masters, putting us in the top 1% of the most sought after facilitators on the globe. How flexible is it, can it cope with my project? 100%! Here’s some uses we’ve made of design sprints: Launching a new product or service Extending existing products / experiences to a new platform Products that need user experience or user interface design and feedback New features and functionality Improvement of existing products or services Business transformation programmes
So, do you want to know more about the process and how we can help you save time and money? Fill in the form and we’ll get back to you!
Fill out my online form.
Sprinting Leopards is a trading name of Bright Citrus Limited - Registered in England and Wales; Company Number 08458708 Second Floor, 20 Stuart Street, Luton, Bedfordshire. LU1 2SL hello@sprintingleopards.com