Before we start a project, we want to get to know your product better and help you make sure you have a solid plan for development. This is why for all our clients we organize product discovery workshops – a brainstorming session where together we come up with ideas, organize them, and even start bringing them to life!
During our product discovery workshops you won’t be working alone – we’ll be thinking hard with you! Our input, backed by 14 years of experience and 200+ projects, will provide you with a unique perspective on how to develop your product most effectively.
Product discovery workshops are all about uncovering the essentials – your product vision, business needs, user personas, product requirements, and project scope. They will help you build solid foundations for future product development and business growth.
Early stage development is all about prioritizing work and minimizing risks. We know that, which is why our product discovery workshops include exercises like business model canvas, MoSCoW analysis, and priority matrix – all of which will help you set up a manageable development plan.
Product discovery workshops are an incredibly creative process that results in a bucket of ideas. While not all of them can be executed immediately, we find that the process gives our customers ideas for future development past the MVP phase.
If you’d like to see your idea come to life, come and tell us about your project!Let's meet!
Depending on how mature your vision is and what scope we agreed on, there are different outcomes you can expect from our product discovery workshops. Read all about them!
A business canvas is a quick overview of your business model which includes things like your value proposition, customer segments, or revenue streams.
User personas are descriptions of your ideal customers. They tell you precisely whose needs you should focus on when developing your product.
User flows tell you step by step how the users are going to navigate your product, which in turn informs you what views you need to create.
A priority matrix is a comparative analysis of what effort your ideas require vs what impact they will have on the overall project.
Product scope details what we agreed needs to be done for the first version of the product to be ready.
Wireframes are preliminary sketches of the views you’re going to need for your app. They give you an idea of how the product will look.
An estimate contains information on how long the project will take, what roles need to be involved, and how much it will cost.
Initially, we’ll invite you to a short call to learn more about you, your product, and your expectations. This will allow us to prepare a workshop tailored to your business needs at this stage of your venture. We’ll also determine the outcomes we want to deliver after the workshops. Our goal is to ensure that even with just a few hours of work, you’ll have tangible results that will help you down the line!
During our workshops, we’ll guide you through a set of exercises that will help you organize your plans. We’ll go through your vision, business needs, personas, and competition, and identify weak spots. We’ll also brainstorm product ideas, evaluate their impact and effort, and prioritize which are necessary and which are good for future development. This is the groundwork for your entire project!
After the workshops we’ll prepare some additional collaterals that you can use for future development, finding investors, and marketing, even if you don’t decide to work with us. Firstly, we’ll prep a document with the conclusions from our meeting. We’ll also draw some wireframes, so you can see our initial idea for the app. Lastly, we’ll share an estimate of how long the project will take and the expected cost.
Then hop on a call with us to discuss your product and set up a workshop date!I'm in!
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