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Design Sprint at Setapp
Use our Design Sprint to create an interactive, hi-fidelity prototype of your product tested on real users, in one week.
Transforming your idea into a tangible product takes months or even years, and requires a lot of funds. Our Design Sprint reduces the risk of failure and provides clear insights into your customers’ needs. It's fast, it's efficient and it works.
Months spent on decisions about which direction to take.
Pressure demotivates the team and leads to loss of focus
The majority of project fail or never launch
Over 50% of the time is wasted on unproductive tasks
Clear direction in just 2 days
Pressure motivates the team and leads to a “work & win together” culture
Helps with the decision-making process to reduce the chance of failure
Provides a framework for meaningful work and better outcomes.
What you get?
Materials from the
workshop with validation
of your idea
and development forecast
on what to do next
A working and validated
prototype of the product
After the Sprint
With a real-life prototype of your product validated with real users in your possession, making decisions about what to do next is easier. Our experts can help you to nurture, develop and launch your idea to the market.
Low-fidelity user flow of the demo
High-fidelity prototype of your app
The Design Sprint - What to expect?
We work together with you in person for the first 2 days. During this time we define the challenges and work on the solutions.
Day 3 and 4 is all about rapid prototyping
of the product and testing it with the end users.
Working with Setapp we also trained our team and became one expanded team
Dr Becky Sage
CEO at Interactive Scientific
Want to know more
about us or Design Sprints?
“So what exactly is a Design Sprint? It’s essentially a 4-day intensive process to develop a working prototype, get feedback from users, build a plan for next steps and understand the full potential of a project. The whole process is split into two parts.
During the first half, we work with a client at our HQ. After that, our designers get back to their rooms to deliver a working prototype, tested on real users. Our clients can then relax and wait for the results of our work.”