A Design Sprint is a specific step-by-step framework for producing and testing ideas. It is a framed process of 6 different stages: Understand, Ideate, Decide, Prototype and Test. By applying these stages, we ensure a healthy path for rapidly solving big challenges, creating new products, or improving existing ones. Such a sprint consists of 4 days.
If you are looking for a faster and smarter way to solve design challenges, design sprints are the right way to find out if your solution is worth developing, if a feature is worth the effort, or if your value proposition is really valid.
You start saving the time of weeks or months on endless meeting and delays, by investing 4 days to find your solution for your audience.
Here are some of the cases that a design sprint can do wonders in just 4 days:
when are hindering with a problem with no obvious solution
when you need to assess the viability of that new business
and give your peers the ability to provide their solutions
when you’re unsure what priorities and features to include
If you are looking for a faster and smarter way to solve design challenges. Design Sprints are the fastest way to find out if your solution is worth developing, if a feature is worth the effort, or if your value proposition is really valid. No more spending weeks or months of endless meeting and delays, invest 4-5 days to find your solution for your audience.
Working with me, you will accelerate your process using the most up-to-date methodologies only found in companies like Facebook, Google, Uber or Airbnb.
I have taken part in design sprints with AJ&Smart and ran design sprints with multiple companies to ensure we are solving the right problem and providing the right outcomes.
Don’t worry. There are other methods and framework to solve your challenge. For example, there is the Lightning Decision Jam which brought to us by AJ&Smart. It aims to be an exercise to solving problems. It consists of a flexible combination of exercises, taking the best of the world’s problem-solving processes where you can use it for almost anything. As Jonathan from AJ&Smart says “What kinds of things? How many people? ANYTHING. ANY AMOUNT.”
I’ve been running design sprints to help companies and teams deliver the right solution to their audience. Whether it was for creating new products from scratch or improving exiting feature. To know more, write to me for consultation through this form: