The Art of the Possible...

SolBurst Actionable Design Sprints & Rapid Prototyping efficiently help the business, customers, and developers visualize paths to valuable, usable, and feasible solutions.

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As defined by Google Ventures...

The sprint is a five-day process for answering critical business questions through design, prototyping, and testing ideas with customers. Developed at GV, it’s a “greatest hits” of business strategy, innovation, behavior science, design thinking, and more—packaged into a battle-tested process that any team can use.

Frame the Challenge

The foundation of any design sprint starts with a clear Point of View and defined challenge to address. It is also important to begin defining success metrics.

Explore Solutions

The core Design Sprint is a highly collaborative and experimental process to both push wide before narrowing in on a path with Rapid Prototyping.

Validate & Plan

Where to go next? Is the solution able to be moved into a product backlog or does it need to be further explored, defined, and calibrated.

Positive Experience

The goal is to create both business and user value. Does the solution reduce friction, increase adoption & engagement? All must map to strategic business drivers.

We have worked with a wide variety of customers designing both consumer-facing and business task-driven applications & products. When Rapid Prototyping most applications, we utilize the Bootstrap framework and have evolved our own library allowing accelerated efforts. This is not the only tool we use though, depending on the need, we have deep experience using:

Working collaboratively with our internal team in a single Design Sprint, SolBurst rapidly prototyped our initial MVP (minimum viable product) while also presenting some outside of the box thinking for future enhancements. They have a great ability to ask insightful questions to quickly understand our business and drive towards thoughtful concepts.

~ Peter Fitzsimmons: Contexture CEO

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Here are some of the companies that our team has worked with over the years.