We work in sprints to be
fast and planable.
Over the past three years, we have optimized our work processes in various UX projects. During that time, we looked at different methods such as scrum, design sprints and lean UX. We consolidated our learnings in a new working approach – the »UX Sprint«.
The UX Sprint
Our UX sprint takes two weeks and is divided in a week of co-creation and user testing and a second week of remote elaboration in our design studio.
During each sprint, we iterate a design steadily with real business and user-insights and are able to ship to developers faster. We tend to work closely with developers and product owners, rather than polishing details in a layout file. To bring better results to your product - faster.
No overplanning – less risks
Time is over for gigantic project planing and estimations and – more sooner than later – seeing them run out of scope. The truth: Most challenges occur after working started.
This is why we believe in constant improvement. Sprint based project planing enables us to quickly update scope or time estimations - to prove the best outcome for your project.
Output is shipped biweekly.
Layouts & prototypes
We ship clickable high-fidelity prototypes. They work great to run user testings, pitch your idea further and even contains all the layouts to start development .
We base our planning and scoping on a jointly created user story map. Use it in your JIRA, Notion, etc. Less work on your side.
Tested & validated
Did you know: Asking five users brings the perfect benefit-cost ratio for user testings. User testings are an integral part of our design process .
Let’s look at a case.
A crypto currency dashboard for Maker DAO
In an unsteady market, Maker DAO envisioned a way to create stable crypto coins. We supported them, making the solution understandable, usable and fun for their users.