Technology is holding you back.
Stop assuming and start validating.
How we work
Define the challenge and align the team.
We dive into the idea that we're planning to build and uncover the biggest challenges. Often, there are a bunch of assumptions on the unknown parts and they make you under- or overestimate the impact.
These prototypes should all focus on validating assumptions. Can we integrate with service X? Can we detect patterns with pictures from an iPhone? Can we reuse some of our existing APIs?
These kind of questions should be answered before you start building your new idea within the technologic landscape of your company.
Stitch everything together in a final demonstrator.
When nearing the end of the week, we try to stitch everything together and finish the prototypes. If we're seeing big issues, now's the time to create workarounds or mock certain things.
Execute the experiments.
On the last day, we gather all our learnings , prep the future roadmap and present everything during the delivery. Often, we also setup a proper design system in this week, which we'll present as well. This all results in clear next steps.
Our principles at work
Weeks not months
We've harnessed a set of agile design and development processes that allow us to design, validate, build, and launch fast.
By employing a team of experts, with varied skillsets, we avoid bottlenecks before they arise, with no chance of getting blindsided.
We hate assumptions, and we'll never build something people don't want. That's why we test with users as early as possible.