Truth be told, a design sprint on its own is only enough to get you started. So the obvious question is, where do design sprints fit in the bigger picture? Let's take a look... 🤨
👉Often time large companies have a tough time making collective decisions. So whenever a company gets stuck in the mud, we run a decision dash with them to clear the air and get those wheels turning again.
👉So now they've figured out what they need to do, but they still just freeze up when things need to be made tangible. So we run a design sprint together to turn that solution we uncovered during the decision dash, into a visual prototype that can be tested.
👉 Finally they have everything they need to get to building. Great! But wait, they can't muster a dedicated development team to build the actual product, let alone at a decent rate. That's where we come in once again...
Our developers will then run agile development cycles lasting 6 weeks on average, to take the outcome of the design sprint, and turn it into a real minimum viable product (MVP), that's ready for launch. 🚀