At H2 Innovate, a Design Sprint is a 5 steps process for rapidly solving business challenges, creating new products or improving existing ones.
It compresses months of work into a few days
Developed at Google, and inspired by Design Thinking and Lean Startup principles, the Design Sprint is a proven methodology for solving problems through designing, prototyping, and testing ideas with users. Design Sprints quickly align teams under a shared vision with clearly defined goals and deliverables. Ultimately, it is a tool for developing a hypothesis, prototyping an idea, and testing it rapidly with as little investment as possible in as real an environment as possible
WHY USE A DESIGN SPRINT?
Whether you're looking to launch a new product for your customers, to create a new solution for your employees or a new trainings for your students, you need to have the right product. Design Sprints are the fastest way to find out if a product is worth developing, if a feature is worth the effort, or if your value proposition is really valid. Don’t invest months of time, invest a week
We have used sprints to design products like Jo the chatbot for Direct Energie, processes like the new payment collection handbook for EDF or training programs like the Startup Lab for EPITA school of engineering. Our clients love Design Sprints because they replace never ending meetings and steering committees with real, tangible progress
WHAT HAPPENS AFTER A DESIGN SPRINT?
At the end of a sprint, you have a comprehensive view of your users personae, their existing journeys and problems, and a tangible representation of your solution with real feedbacks. You are now ready to sell the idea internally and develop the concept
AND WHY H2 INNOVATE?
At H2 Innovate, we're passionate about creating products and services that users really ♥️. That's why we started doing Design Sprints since 2015 and were one of the firsts agencies to import the methodology in France. If you're ready to start creating products that users love, at startup pace, get in touch now!