Design Sprint

Design Sprint

Answer Critical Business Questions Through Design, Prototyping and Testing

Answer Critical Business Questions Through Design, Prototyping and Testing

A design sprint is typically a five-day process where design thinking is applied in structured phases with the goal of reducing risk by glimpsing the future. Instead of a performing the lengthy development process and subsequent product launch to understand product feasibility and user feedback, a design sprint compresses that time into battle-tested team exercises performed in five distinct phases.

UpTop would love to introduce your business to Design Sprinting.

Key Phases

  • Understand. Discover, research, evaluate and define goals
  • Ideate. Map out competing solutions, regardless of feasibility
  • Decide. Identify ideas that fit the next product cycle
  • Prototype. Build the prototype
  • Test. Live user testing

Design Sprint Activities

Design Sprint Activities

UX Evaluation
Empathy Mapping
Journey Mapping
Define the Vision
Lightning Demos
Storyboard
Prototyping
Live User Testing
Impact vs. Effort

Success Stories: UpTop

Success Stories: UpTop

Helping Mattress Firm Sleep Easier

Mattress Firm engaged UpTop for help designing appealing pages for their newly-launched enterprise web platform; a partnership that flourishes today.

Helping Mattress Firm Sleep Easier

Mattress Firm engaged UpTop for help designing appealing pages for their newly-launched enterprise web platform; a partnership that flourishes today.
"One of the things that makes UpTop special is that we can go to them with any problem or task we have, and they’re always willing to figure out a way to solve it or get it done. They’ve delivered on every project beyond expectations."
– Director of Digital Development, Mattress Firm

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