Design sprints

Replace gut feelings and guesswork with real, tangible progress.

EDL facilitates a four-day process for rapidly solving big challenges, creating new products, or improving existing ones.

It is called a design sprint, and it has the potential to compress months of work into a few days.


After just four days, you’ll have a user-tested prototype and practical design plan.



Capturing the overall user experience, an interactive, user-tested prototype demonstrates the crucial parts of the user journey.


Design plan

What’s next? After finishing the design sprint, we have clear insights on where to go—and how to execute.


Reduced risk

With a thoroughly tested concept, you’ve reduced risk and uncertainty. You’ve also created excitement and momentum in your organisation.

How it’s done

Spread across four days, we figure out if a product is worth developing, if a feature is worth the effort, or if your value proposition is really valid.

Day 1

We work in-house with you and your company to define challenges and mass produce low-fidelity solutions.

Day 2

Together with you, we decide what challenges to prototype by voting on the best solutions.

Day 3

The third day is dedicated to building a high fidelity prototype and preparing the user tests.

Day 4

Finally, we test our prototype with a diversified group of users. Feedback is then used to outline next steps.

User-tested prototype

“After a thorough and highly-collaborate design sprint, we ended with a user interface our software engineers and customers are excited to use.”

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Mark Kromann Business Development Manager

You’re in great company

Dig into a few selected case studies where we applied the same principles.


Transforming assumptions into a data-informed, minimal viable product users love.

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Cloud Robotics Apps

We reimagined the user experience for building and executing robotic movements.