DESIGN SPRINTS

Design, prototype and learn - fast!
We get it. You want the right solution for your business problem today. You don't have time for endless debates and you don't want to waste money building something your customers don't really want.
Design Sprints enable you to compress months of planning, building, testing and learning into four days. The streamlined process of solution design, prototyping and user research eliminates guesswork by letting customers make the call, so you can build with confidence, knowing you're on the right track.

What is a Design Sprint?

Design Sprints are a structured approach to tackling big problems and creating customer-tested solutions. Developed by Jake Knapp and John Zeratsky at Google Ventures (GV), Design Sprints are used by some of the fastest-growing companies in the world, including Apple, Airbnb, Uber, and Slack.
The Design Sprint is a "greatest hits" of design and innovation methodologies, with elements of design thinking, lean startup method, rapid prototyping, and user research. The step-by-step process unlocks the latent knowledge and creativity in teams, resulting in stellar innovation outcomes.
GV's original model of the Design Sprint requires five full days of client team engagement.
Hello Again runs four-day Design Sprints. The client team is required for the first two days only.
Clients required
Day 1
  • Define the challenges
  • Produce a mass of solutions.
Clients required
Day 2
  • Curate and vote on best solutions.
  • Define the prototype with a story board.
Clients NOT required
Day 3
  • Build the prototype.
  • Set up the user tests.
Clients NOT required
Day 4
  • Test the prototype with real users.
  • Use feedback from testing to create clear next steps.
Whether you're launching a startup, iterating on a product, or taking a big project to the next level, Design Sprints can help you make the right move fast. You'll finish the Sprint with a high-fidelity prototype, invaluable customer feedback, a mass of fresh insights, and a clear perspective on what to do next.