Design Sprint agency, Matchstick Creative Liverpool

Design Sprints

Rapid design to create a testable product or design

Design sprints help you to achieve months of work in just one week.

These exciting and engaging sessions help us get to the heart of your design or service challenge and create something tangible. By working in a focused way over a defined period of time we can test assumptions, get real world feedback and create a working prototype to put in front of your users. No matter how big the question is that’s being posed a design sprint can help you find an answer.

What happens in a design sprint?

  • Collaborative discussions between internal and external teams
  • Rapid problem solving and design
  • Lots of ideas sharing
  • Time to think and explore

Who is a design sprint for?

  • Ambitious organisations looking to implement rapid change 
  • Product teams tackling a specific challenge
  • Any business or organisation looking to build and design quickly
  • For organisations who want to actively collaborate and co-design with the team.

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Solving problems big and small

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How we work with you

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First we run a discovery workshop to better understand your business needs and the challenge we’re tackling. From here, we’re able to begin creating.

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Before we get digital, we get drawing. Using a low-fi approach to begin helps to think about a problem differently and presents new ways of working.

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Next up, we think about the journey your user is going on and map it out to see if our assumptions are matching up with the user’s need.

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By gathering all of our insights we’re now able to create a clickable prototype for users to interact with. This prototype acts as a key milestone to designing a solution to your challenge.

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This final and crucial stage helps us to get real-world feedback and improve iteratively. By testing our assumptions we can see how users interact and respond to the prototype.

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