Phases within the Sprint
The Google Design Sprint is organised into five phases: Map, Sketch, Decide, Prototype, and Test. The process does not change regardless of the whether you do a 3 or 5 day Sprint, just the amount of time allocated to each phase is changed.
What are the benefits?
- Speed – within 3-5 days you’ll move from idea to prototype to user testing & decision.
- Cost – save countless hours of time from too many internal meetings. Save money with reducing the time needed with an agency to define & design the solution. No endless rounds of iterations over several weeks!
- Stakeholder engagement – the key stakeholders are part of the Sprint and therefore co-defining the output. This reduces time and increases engagement.
Further information and reading
Please do get in touch with us if you’d like to know more about how a Sprint might work for your idea. We have run and contributed to a number of Sprints now to define new products, websites or digital products for organisations.
We also run Sprint overview workshops so we would be happy to invite you to a future workshop. They are free to attend. Just email us on firstname.lastname@example.org