Discovery Sprint

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Discovery Sprint

Discover new opportunities.
Grow.
Innovate.

A discovery sprint is a focused and intensive process designed to uncover valuable insights and solutions to business challenges in a short period of time. Our team of experienced professionals will work closely with you to define a specific problem or opportunity, generate ideas, develop prototypes and test them with real users. By the end of the sprint, you will have a clear understanding of what you really want, how to address your needs and how to prioritize your efforts to maximize impact.

Discovery Sprint Methodology in SpaceDev

PROJECT DEFINITION
PLANNING  & ESTIMATION
NEGOTIATION
KICK-OFF & EXECUTION
PERFORMANCE & FOLLOWING
A discovery sprint will not only decongest your to-do list and save you money.It will also help you stay ahead of the competition by producing tangible improvements and supercharging your market adaptability.

How it Works

A discovery sprint’s main objective is to build and test a prototype in just weeks. We'll take a small team, clear their schedule and rapidly progress from an idea to a tested solution using a proven step-by-step checklist.

Project's
Definition
& Scope

1
During this phase, we conduct extensive research to gain a thorough understanding of the product's characteristics and requirements. The roles and responsibilities of each team member, the scope of the project and the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) to be developed will be defined. The team also selects the appropriate tech stack, creates wireframes, and develops a prototype to test functionalities and gather feedback. In short, this step establishes the roadmap for the rest of the project.

Planning
& Estimation

2
The results and conclusions reached so far will help us establish a set of high-level features that will ensure the product is closely aligned with the client’s vision and goals. In the process, we'll find out the type and amount of resources required to make it.
This phase also involves going deep into risk management in order to identify, analyze and respond to any potential risks that may arise during the project's life cycle. By proactively addressing them, we can mitigate their impact and prevent potential delays or setbacks, as well as better equip the product to compete in the market.

To Be
Delivered

3
Now we’re ready for takeoff! At this stage, we wrap things up to deliver the following:

● Product Definition: A comprehensive document outlining the product's features, requirements and functionalities.
● Flow Chart: A visual representation of the product's flow and how it interacts with different components.
● Architecture Diagram: A high-level diagram illustrating the system's architecture, including its components, interactions and relationships.
● Roadmap: A detailed plan outlining the project's milestones, timelines and deliverables.

These documents provide a clear and complete picture of the product and its development journey, ensuring that all stakeholders are informed and in sync.
1

Project's Definition & Scope

During this phase, we conduct extensive research to gain a thorough understanding of the product's characteristics and requirements. The roles and responsibilities of each team member, the scope of the project and the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) to be developed will be defined. The team also selects the appropriate tech stack, creates wireframes, and develops a prototype to test functionalities and gather feedback. In short, this step establishes the roadmap for the rest of the project.
2

Planning & Estimation

The results and conclusions reached so far will help us establish a set of high-level features that will ensure the product is closely aligned with the client’s vision and goals. In the process, we'll find out the type and amount of resources required to make it.

This phase also involves going deep into risk management in order to identify, analyze and respond to any potential risks that may arise during the project's life cycle. By proactively addressing them, we can mitigate their impact and prevent potential delays or setbacks, as well as better equip the product to compete in the market.
3

To Be Delivered

Now we’re ready for takeoff! At this stage, we wrap things up to deliver the following:

- Product Definition: A comprehensive document outlining the product's features, requirements and functionalities.

- Flow Chart: A visual representation of the product's flow and how it interacts with different components.

- Architecture Diagram: A high-level diagram illustrating the system's architecture, including its components, interactions and relationships.

- Roadmap: A detailed plan outlining the project's milestones, timelines and deliverables.

These documents provide a clear and complete picture of the product and its development journey, ensuring that all stakeholders are informed and in sync.

Two Different Paths,
One Great Outcome

Discovery Sprint
Discovery Sprint + Figma Screens + Designs
A discovery sprint’s main objective is to build and test a prototype in just weeks. We'll take a small team, clear their schedule and rapidly progress from an idea to a tested solution using a proven step-by-step checklist.

Outputs From the Discovery Sprint

Product Definition

We'll help the client discover the best version of what they want or need. User stories are crucial here since they allow our team to make sure that the product meets the needs of its target audience and delivers the most valuable features first.

Product Roadmap

All the necessary steps to turn a well-designed blueprint into a premium product. Key to achieving that is determining the tech scope, which will enable our team to identify potential challenges and mitigate risks early in the development process. Costs and timelines will be thinned out, improving product quality and increasing customer satisfaction, while also making sure that the product is scalable, maintainable and compatible with existing technologies.

Avoid potential conflicts and build stronger relationships with investors! By conducting a stakeholder analysis, teams can make more informed decisions, increase the likelihood of project success and meet the needs of all stakeholders.

Stakeholder Analysis

Business Model

By developing a solid business model early on, our team can identify potential revenue streams and develop strategies to ensure the product's long-term success. It will also help us validate assumptions, reduce risks and better see the product's viability in the market, making it easier to attract investors and secure funding for the project's development.

Benefits of a Design Sprint
In a hurry? Design sprints yield similar results to discovery sprints, but the process is limited to a short number of days.

Speed

Design sprints are a fast and efficient way to solve complex problems and test new ideas. By condensing the design process into a short, focused time frame, teams can quickly move from idea to prototype to testing, saving time and resources in the long run.

Innovation

Everyone involved will be encouraged to think creatively and brainstorm fruitfully. This can help spark innovation and lead to more unique and valuable solutions.

Collaboration

Design sprints bring together people from various fields and encourage collaboration. This can foster better communication and understanding among team members, leading to more cohesive and effective results.

Validation

By testing prototypes with real users, teams can validate their projections and gather valuable feedback, saving time and other valuable resources.
Join us in this immersive and structured experience that lasts from 1 to 4 weeks to lay the groundwork for your dream project.
Small
USD 4000
1 WEEK
Features
Product definition
MVP Scope & Roadmap
Medium
USD 9000
2 WEEK
Features
Product definition
MVP Scope & Roadmap
Critical App Flow
Solution Architecture
Platform and Technologies
Technical Risk Mitigation
Wireframing
Large
USD 13000
3-4 WEEK
Features
Product definition
MVP Scope & Roadmap
Critical App Flow
Solution Architecture
Platform and Technologies
Technical Risk Mitigation
Wireframing
UX / UI Design
Delivery Time
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