Because you don’t need another ugly dashboard…
Your team spends countless hours putting together dashboards based on detailed requirements. And yet, none of the dashboards you’ve built seem to get a lot of use. People think the dashboards look “dated,” and that they’re “too complex,” even though you gave them exactly what they asked for. And then they ask for more metrics.
You don’t need more metrics, you need fewer, better ones. What you really need is a deep understanding of your users’ core needs and workflow so you can design it to fit the way they work. But you won’t find that in the requirements.
Stop tinkering. Start Sprinting.
IMPLEMENT A DESIGN-DRIVEN APPROACH
If you’re building a dashboard, large or small, you need an Experience Design Sprint. It’s a problem-solving workshop designed to create clarity, focus, and momentum. We’ll help you cut through all the requirements, get teams on the same page, and get back to basics – back to why we’re all here in the first place: solving real needs for real people.
Based on the Sprint methodology pioneered by Jake Knapp, we have tailored our approach to help cross-functional organizations tackling complex, data-driven problems. In just 5 days, we’ll help you catalyze your organization to solve a big problem together.
You will get buy-in and alignment, validate assumptions, and make tangible progress that builds the momentum on your initiative.
5-DAY DESIGN SPRINT
Define problems, map workflows, interview experts, clarify targets.
Share ideas, generate options, sketch concepts, review and vote.
Select approach, storyboard, iterate concepts, schedule design reviews.
Create a hi-fidelity prototype from design concept to test with.
(This activity is typically done remotely)
A Design Sprint is one of the fastest ways to make progress on a problem and validate our assumptions. You will come away with clarity, alignment, and a clear direction on where to go. This service is great for teams who need cross-functional alignment, don’t have a lot of time, or are tackling something large and amorphous. It may just be the smartest investment you make this year.