Design Sprints

Whether you’re looking to add new features to an existing product or you’re launching a completely new product, a design sprint is a great way to start making progress.

Our tried and tested methods help businesses create a clear vision and roadmap, enabling you to quickly validate product/market fit.

What is a design sprint?

Design sprints are ideal when you have clarity on exactly what product you want to build and have researched and defined the market size and product/market fit.

Whether you’re releasing a feature, pushing an update or facing a deadline to release your MVP (Minimum Viable Product), design sprints are important in answering the critical business questions and getting customer feedback in as short a time frame as possible.

Jyst Design Sprint

During your design sprint, you can expect new USPs to be unearthed as problems are tackled from a design first perspective. This uncovers concepts, ideas and features that otherwise are not revealed if you dive straight into development.

Most of our clients already have a clear vision of exactly what type of product they wish to build. However, they struggle with breaking those steps down and conceptualising the process. If that describes your situation, then a design sprint is perfect for you.


Is a design sprint right for me?

Design sprints are ideal if you have researched and defined an opportunity and feel the market can be disrupted by your idea. Clients who benefit most from a design sprint have spotted an opportunity in the market and want to explore and validate their idea further.

What can I expect at the end of a design sprint?

Design sprints offer different outcomes to different clients. They are process-driven, specific to client and industry requirements. For some, a design sprint will lead to an MVP build. For others, it will lead to a business pivot or new feature launch.

What are the next steps after a design sprint?

After your design sprint is complete, you’ll be the proud owner of a complete set of designs and working prototypes for your product.

From here, you can proceed with development, or you may choose to seek additional investment to fund that development. Either way, you’ll be in a stronger position, with improved product-focus and a clearly defined vision.

What are the next steps after a design sprint?
What are the next steps after a design sprint?

Read about how ByteNews used design sprints to confirm their market fit.