UX Design - User experience design

The Design Sprint is part of a trend of the current web: continuously improving the User Experience (UX) and specifically the User Centered Design (UCD).

Today, to stand out from the competition, the key is to take special care developing the User Experience (UX). The application is only part of a much larger sequence:

Sally was watching TV and saw an ad for Zalando with the dress of her dreams: she grabs her iPad and connects to the website, checks the dress carefully and buys it. She will receive it at home two days later in a nice colorful box.

This experience combines the visual and the soundtrack of the TV ad, the simplicity of ordering on the site, the impatient waiting to receive her package at home and Sally’s pleasure to try on her new dress

To visualise this experience, like a tv show’s writer would do, requires a perfect knowledge of its target audience : the slightest bug can lead to the failure of the overall process.

This is probably the real challenge of  a Design Sprint : Understanding the needs of your future users : what are the key features of the App ? what will make your user validate the purchase ?

Companies active in a digital world must continually reinvent themselves and strive to do better than the competition. The design , to be effective , must be tested very early on real users. Putting the product in the hands of neutral and objective users can quickly identify their qualities and weaknesses.

The huge advantage of design sprint is that in a few days, a prototype will be created and tested , with no code having been written.

In the end, a real time saver and the unique possibility of having been mistaken without too much of consequence. Don’t forget, the prototype is a TEST, not the real product!

Rapid prototyping softwares

Why

  • Create products adapted to the target audience
  • Integrating the user into the design
  • Test the ergonomic aspects
  • Iteratively improve the product

How

  • Long-term accompaniment
  • User interviews
  • Experience mapping
  • Customer Care
  • Personas
  • Wireframing, black and white wireframes
  • Ergonomics tests
  • Interaction design

Result

  • A product that evolves in an agile way and focuses on the user’s needs
  • A roadmap of upcoming features
  • A dialogue between the customer and its users

Wanna work with us?

If you have questions about the Design Sprint and how to integrate it into your company, contact Steph Cruchon, our lead UX Designer via contact@design-sprint.com or book a chat call.


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