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            Design Sprints

            User feedback on a functioning prototype in only 5 days

            The process

            Design Sprint solves big problems by letting you test new ideas in just 5 days

            Product designer, Jake Knapp, known for his 150+ works with Google and Google Ventures developed the Design Sprint process. Today, this process has proven to be the catalyst to launch or redefine multi-million-dollar products such as Facebook, Slack, Airbnb, and many others

            Over a five-day span, a small team of multi-disciplined designers and developers work with experts to develop a product. The Design Sprint includes everything beginning with setting goals, creating a working prototype and collecting user feedback. It’s with this process that we at Blue Label Labs bring projects to life.

            A bird’s eye view of the Design Sprint

            Over the course of a week, exercises in Design Thinking are conducted to spur development through alignment based on user experience (UX.) This human-centric process allows designers to understand user interaction capture this in the design. A full day is dedicated to user testing of the prototype to rapidly accelerate feedback-based development.

            A Sprint is a 1-week hackathon which includes Design Thinking exercises to ensure alignment and human-centered design. It also includes a whole day of user testing with the prototype, to accelerate learning.


            The Design Sprint Week

            Selecting goals
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              Expert interviews

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              Mapping challenges

            Idea generation
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              Lightning demos

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              Idea sketching

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              Heatmap voting

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              Create a functional prototype!

            User testing
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              Test with 5 users

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              Gather feedback and review

            What Are Sprints For?

            Costs from switching context, communication barriers and other inefficiencies with exchanges over long development periods stifle the process. A Design Sprint removes these problems and provides a great ROI – teams channel in on the challenge to experience incredible results. By the end of a Sprint, your organization will be well-equipped to breathe life into an idea.

            • Products

              Build New Products

            • Solving problems

              Solve Challenging Problems

            • New Ideas

              Experiment with Ideas

            • Alignment

              Align Efforts

            • Creating a plan

              Develop a Roadmap

            • Innovation

              Drive Innovation

            • Campaign

              Develop a Successful Campaign

            • Users

              Learn from User Feedback

            • Momentum

              Churn Momentum

            What Outcome Should I Expect?

            After the 5-day Sprint, the prototype we help you develop and user feedback clarifies the next steps. From here, you have the tools you need to refine the idea into a successful product.?


            Let Blue Label Labs Lead Your Design Sprint

            We select the best talent for your Design Sprint – our team understands how to foster unity through years of experience. Our people know the process and work with your team to help you understand your goals, develop a strategy then create a fantastic product.

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