Remote Co-Design Sprints are intensive, collaborative, multi-day workshops focussed on designing digital products and experiences. Co-Design actively involves all key stakeholders in the design process to make sure the final result meets their needs. Apolinar’s Co-Design Sprints use Design Thinking and HX for problem solving, providing a properly conceived and constructed solution. Originally developed by Google, this Co-Design methodology was finished by us. Pre COVID-19, these Sprints were done with all the participants in one room, but they are currently delivered remotely.
By getting all the key stakeholders on the same page at the same time, Apolinar helps ensure a shared understanding of the key problems and challenges facing different parts of the organisation, as well as the opportunities that can be leveraged from the project. We’ll help you agree on the areas of focus for the remainder of the sprint, including what to prototype and test at the end of the week.
We’ll facilitate a series of HX and design thinking exercises to allow everyone an opportunity to share their ideas and gather feedback from the group, culminating in at least four or five different possible solutions for the problem.
We agree as a group on the screens we want to prototype and the key questions we want answered from the user testing. User testing participants are locked in for Day 5.
We create an interactive prototype.
Conduct 10-12 one-on-one remote interviews with people that represent the end users.