We reduce risk by testing product concepts before you invest time and money into building and launching them using a product design sprint, a 5-phase exercise, uses design thinking to reduce the inherent risks in successfully bringing products to market. A product design sprint is a collaborative process that starts with a design challenge and ends with a tested prototype in five days.
Product design sprints are useful starting points when kicking off a new feature, product, business or solving problems with an existing product.
The process is facilitated to spark innovation, encourage user-centred thinking, align your team towards a shared vision and get to the right product for your users faster.
At the end of every design sprint you’ll have an interactive prototype, tested with real users, and some clear actions and next steps to guide decisions. After the sprint, you could use a second sprint to develop the concept further or we can help you build and launch the product with a longer product design project.
We’ve facilitated sprints to design products for client such as United Nations, Canyon Bicycles, and the NHS.
“Common Good's human-centred design approach to solving problems helped define Ethics Kit and use of tools. From discovery to prototyping, the research and insight helped inform a potential solution to validate with real people.”
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Discovery enables teams to confidently set off on the path to designing better, simpler and more complete solutions. Structuring research and insight into product visions, strategies and roadmaps.
Prototyping underpins our evidential, learn-by-doing approach to design. Working with practical tools and lean techniques we test risky assumptions and continuously improve ideas.
We work in close partnership with clients, delivering solutions collaboratively. We bring a valuable outside perspective and a wealth of experience supporting and facilitating transformation programs.