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.

Outcome

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

1

Prototype

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

2

Design plan

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

3

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.

Apps

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.