Design sprints & design workshops to help solve problems & align your business goals with the needs of your customers & audience.
To assist our clients to innovate products & services, delight customers and meet their business needs, we are proud to offer a number of design sprint and design workshops facilitated by our multidisciplinary Design Lab.
Consisting of expert researchers, user experience, user interface and digital designers, our team engage cutting edge design sprint and problem solving methodologies. We use design thinking exercises to help define your user needs, identify opportunities and align them with your business and stakeholder goals.
The design workshops we offer are outlined below.
The ignition workshop is recommended in order to make sure you have the right information to design and build a product.
The time required is half a day during which we should collect the following information:
The workshop starts with an alignment questionnaire, then some design thinking activities. We will identify business goals, users’ challenges and main opportunities. We will also draw a high-level user journey map in order to locate where value can be added as fast as possible.
Participants are only needed half a day.
The Design Jam includes the Ignition Workshop in the morning then ideation activities in the afternoon. Originally extracted from the Design Sprint created by Google, these activities allow every team member to participate and share their ideas.
It is a very good way to create a large database of ideas that can be executed later. It also helps with team collaboration and makes the decision process much faster.
Participants are only needed one day.
The Design Sprint is a unique four day process for validating ideas and solving big challenges through prototyping and testing ideas with customers. This is the most efficient way to get answers to challenges and test them within a week.
Working together in a sprint, you can shortcut the endless debate cycle and compress months of time into a single week. Instead of waiting to launch a minimum viable product to understand if an idea is any good, you’ll get clear data from a realistic prototype. The sprint gives you a superpower: You can fast-forward into the future to see your finished product and customer reactions, before making any expensive commitments.
Participants are only needed for two days.