Design Sprints.

A collaborative five-step process for rapidly prototyping an idea and helping you gain clear insights on how to proceed forward.

A Design Sprint is a process for coming up with solutions to unique business problems through design, prototyping, and testing ideas with real users.

At MaybeForYou, we use Design Sprints to compress work that can take months to days. Giving you and your team the confidence to know you’re building the right product, adding the right features, and moving forward with the right solution.

Similar to sprints in an agile development cycle, Design Sprints allow us to clearly define goals, iterate on ideas, and validate assumptions. Providing real user feedback and generating clear insights on where you need to go next.

Benefits of a Design Sprint.

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Time Savings

A Design Sprint is essentially a multi-day intense hack-a-thon, allowing you to rally a team around a problem to generate and test ideas quickly.

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Informed Decisions

By testing solutions with real users, Design Sprints allow you to validate, or invalidate, an idea, allowing you to make the necessary adjustments before full-scale execution.

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Clear Insights

Design Sprints go beyond prototypes and user feedback; they provide a roadmap for better ways of connecting with your users and reducing the risk of failing.

What a Design Sprint looks like.

Our five-step process helps your team correctly frame your problem, test ideas with real end-users, and determine the best solution to move forward with.

Design Sprint Process
Step No 01

Understand the problem.

We work with your team to learn about your challenge, map your user’s journey, and talk with key stakeholders and experts.

Step No 02

Generate Ideas.

Next, we work with you to generate a wide range of possible solutions. Sketching and working on different ways of solving the problem.

Step No 03

Define a Solution.

We then help you narrow down the many possibilities to a single solution, building a storyboard to outline the problem we’re testing.

Step No 04

Build a Prototype.

Based on the storyboard and user journey, we’ll build a prototype of the solution and set up times to test it with real users.

Step No 05

Test with Users.

Finally, we’ll test the prototype with actual users. Capturing their feedback and presenting you with a roadmap on how to proceed forward.

Get in touch.

We partner with companies and teams of all sizes. We’d love to learn more about your business, project, and challenges, to see how we can help you design a better solution.

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