Design Sprints are a proven method codified by Google Ventures and embraced by top startups and organizations. Each day from Monday to Friday, we'll work with you through a focused step in the process. In just one week, you'll better understand your problem space, possess a backlog of potential solutions to explore, and receive user feedback that will help you move forward in the right direction.
Intensives pack the critical elements of a full discovery, design, and planning effort into a compressed timeline - generally 2 to 4 weeks. The first half focuses on understanding the opportunity and generating a broad set of potential solutions. The second half transitions into rapid interface design, product road-mapping, and technical planning. At the end, you'll receive a package that can be used to pitch the project or transition into implementation.
We provide a cross-disciplined core team who will collaborate directly with you while tapping the collective knowledge, experience, and insight of everyone at Viget as needed.
Sometimes referred to as the "Sprint Master", this person knows how to adapt the sprint and intensive processes to the unique considerations of our clients. At a meeting and workshop level, they are masters of facilitating discussions and creative exercises.
Leads the charge to explore and refine your concept. Beyond interface design, they bring broad experience design expertise into the process and are adept at prototyping the group's ideas, so we can gather insightful feedback.
Brings a technical perspective to the process - even in the early stages of concepting. Thinks hard about what building your concept would involve so that our output is feasible and there’s a plan to move forward.
Each project is unique and we work with you to determine the optimal process and deliverables for your organization. But every sprint and intensive has some common characteristics.
Exploration. What is your product? How do you define it? We'll guide you through an eye-opening process to unlock a new world of possibilities. The goal is to explore a broad range of viable solutions before making directional decisions.
Prototyping. We're experts in mocking up just-real-enough versions of products. These prototypes allow the team to experience their design ideas first-hand and test with customers.
Validation. How close are we to a great product? Through prototype testing and qualitative customer feedback, we can figure out where we hit the mark and where opportunities exist for further improving the product going forward.