What is a Design Sprint?
A design sprint is a highly collaborative and focused 15-day module that brings all stakeholders to the table with the goal of defining, ideating, and creating a superior product.
Throughout the 15-day sprint, participants engage in brainstorming and ideation, conceptualisation, prototyping, testing, and visualisation, resulting in thoroughly tested designs that are ready for production.
Who is it suited for?
Whether you are a startup or a multinational corporation, a design sprint can work for any team of individuals who want a hands-on approach to idea progression and design creation. The sprint methodology provides a structured framework for participants to collaborate, iterate, and test ideas, resulting in faster and more efficient product development.
The Sprint Process
The design sprint process involves defining the journey and goals, exploring how-may-we (HMW) scenarios, brainstorming and ideation, designing and prototyping, user testing and validation, and finally visual design and delivery.
A design sprint is a time-bound and highly focused module that requires a minimum of four days with all stakeholders. The sprint is aimed to finish on the 15th day, but it can be completed in a shorter or longer duration, depending on the complexity of the project.