From idea to a concept with strategy, wireframes, and design. Jump-start a new software development project with this Collaborative Workshop.
Our story is your success and it’s not an empty phrase, but our message we strongly believe in. Since the beginning, our team creates products, not just software. Our clients feels like Concise team members who cooperate with them are like a part of the family.
During the whole, we focus on the software’s value for your business and for end users. Our team provides a range of services to make your product stand out visually, including mock-ups and wireframes. We can also help in the initial design work for your software by conducting discovery workshops, creating a prototype, and establishing business KPIs. Let’s see what our team of UX and UI Designers, Technical Consultants, Business Analyst and Software Engineers can do to turn your idea into the real product.
How we could help?
With a 4-day workshop leading by our experts, we will help you to clarify and define the main vision of your software product. After the workshop, you will have a following, crucial for your business elements and resources – ready to go and implement.
About the workshops
We work in the design sprint approach. With the 4-day workshop, our team of experts can help you to clarify the key spheres of your application. Key goals for the workshop and what you will get at the end:
- Product vision with determined MVP
- User story maps, wireframes, crucial documentation & product backlog
- Release plan and project estimates
- Product roadmap
Design sprint approach
What is a design sprint?
Design sprints are a framework for teams of any size to solve and help test design problems in 2-5 days. The idea of sprints originates with the Agile framework. These frameworks were adapted to the idea of “design sprints” thanks to the Google UX teams, Google Ventures and Google [x] and teams across the industry. While sprints are popular at Google, they are also used by startups and companies of any size.
The 6 sprint stages
Each sprint goes through the 6 stages of design thinking. It’s incredibly useful for solving problems.
- Understand: what are the user needs, business need, and technology capacities?
- Define: what is the key strategy and focus?
- Diverge: how might we explore as many ideas as possible?
- Decide: select the best ideas so far.
- Prototype: create an artifact that allows testing the ideas with users.
- Validate: test the ideas with users, business stakeholders, and technical experts
The methods for each stage
Each of the stages can include design best practices, known as methods, such as “user interviews” or “competitive reviews.” There are more than 40 possible methods to use during the workshops.
What happens after a Sprint?
Once you have a tangible representation of your product in your hand and real user insights to guide your next steps, making decisions becomes a lot easier. You could use a second sprint to iterate and polish the idea, bringing it very close to production-ready, or you could use the prototype to sell the idea further and develop the concept.
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