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Design Sprint has been run by many global enterprises, such as Slack, Airbnb, Uber, Medium and McKinsey.
We are the only team of marketers, strategists, designers, and developers in Taiwan that helps ambitious leaders change the game with the Sprint methodology. Our expertise from working at the intersection of marketing, product, and design is the foundation for wayfinding and value creation.
History of Successful Sprints
We help startup founders, company leaders and stakeholders solve critical business problems with our tried and true process. Whether it's creating a digital product or service, we deliver better and faster.
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The Design Sprint is a process invented at Google to accelerate decision-making and reduce risk in strategic projects. It is now used by the most innovative companies in the world. The objective of a Sprint is to validate your concept within a week by building a prototype and testing it on your future customers in a friendly and creative atmosphere.
To survive and grow, companies must continuously innovate. Sprints are primarily used to user testing ideas and solve challenges of digital transformation. Design Sprints are highly praised by innovation managers, management and marketing teams.
We use the Design Sprint model over 5 days. Usually, these are consecutive days, from Monday to Friday. But it's also possible to split the sprint over 2 weeks if it's more convenient.
Fresh, pragmatic and efficient, the Sprint revolutionizes the way teams work and collaborate. The return on investment is substantial because a Design Sprint condenses months of work into just a few days.
You have your real prototype and concrete feedback from your users. At this point, your vision is clear and allows you to make the right decision. Re-launch a second sprint to iterate and refine the solution in order to launch production or step back from the concept and explore the possibilities more precisely thanks to user research and slow innovation.