A product design sprint process comprises a user-centric approach that helps in problem-solving by promoting innovation. This can generate a lot of ideas to help create a competitive advantage. It helps in getting the answers to important questions related to design, prototyping, testing, strategizing, innovations, and so much more.
The product design sprint is a process where our team along with the stakeholders sit together to channel the end goals.
Through one-on-one and customized workshops, we rally our team around your business challenge and vision. This helps in bringing together the team effort.
We use efficient problem analysis techniques to understand the areas of market opportunity and define the most critical issues to be solved.
With this rapid prototyping method, gain quick insights about what your users need and get instant solutions to the problems identified with less effort.
The first day starts with lightning talks to understand the business perspective from the stakeholders. We perform the ‘How Might We’ activity to discover potential solutions and related risks. On this day, we define personas, their needs, and behaviours, through which we can define our goal.
The second day starts with a review of the user journey, goals, and ‘How Might We’ so that we can come up with innovative ideas. We perform the Crazy 8 activity where each member sketches 8 different solutions for the stated problems.
The third day is the selection day where the best feasible solution is selected. This day we decide from the pool of solutions which one can help us achieve our goal. By the end of the day, we prepare storyboards by doing micro-level planning.
The fourth day is when we convert the chosen solution into a prototype to test it with customers. Here we focus on the customer-facing aspects of the product, review the prototype, and prepare the questions needed to be asked to the customers.
On the final day of the sprint, we interview the customers and take their feedback on the functioning of the prototype created. At the end of the design sprint, we have a clear roadmap to build a solution.