Virtual Google Design Sprint 2.0.

Create and make better your products and services fast. Finish weeks’ or months’ worth of work in just 4 days.  👉 Now also available in video conference format.

  •  Create a prototype from your ideas 

  • Test it on end-users

  • Decide the future of development


Our Experience


What is Google Design Sprint 2.0?

Design Sprint 🚀 is a four-day process made to create and better products or services fast.  Google Design Sprint is a problem solving method developed by Google Ventures and used to condense weeks’ and months’ worth of work into just four days. The Sprint ends with a realistic end-user tested prototype, and believe us: it can absolutely be done through video calls.


Defining the challenge

Assembling potential solutions



Selecting the best solutions

Creating a prototype through storyboarding



Designing a realistic prototype

Recruiting testers and preparing for tests


Testing the prototype on end-users

Feedback on testing and next steps

Google Design Sprint FAQ

When to use a Design Sprint?

A Design Sprint is good for solving problems that affect your business and results right here and now. If you feel like your development is taking too long or that your team has hit a dead end, try utilising a Design Sprint. A Sprint brings together people from different parts of your company to work towards a common goal, creating a positive team energy and a feeling of belonging.

What is the outcome of a Design Sprint?

The outcome of every Design Sprint is a realistic prototype that has been tested on real users and comes with hints on where to go next. This is not a “wireframe” or a “paper prototype”. It looks and feels like a genuine product.

Why use a Design Sprint?

To solve your biggest challenges and create new products and services. A Google Design Sprint condenses months of work into just a few days.

What does a virtual Design Sprint look like?

A Design Sprint is a four-day process, the first two of which are spent doing long-distance groupwork and the following two on creating and testing a realistic prototype. The following solutions are used for Design Sprint conference calls and remote work: Zoom/Tams/Hangouts; Slack/FB/Messenger; Miro/Mural/Google Slides, Docs, Sheets. Dropbox/Google drive

Who should take part in a Design Sprint?

The key participant in Design Sprint team are the decision maker - someone who has the financial means and power to bring ideas into reality - a product owner or service lead, a marketing specialist, programmers and a customer support representative.

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Grete Urbel

Head of Services at the Estonian Tax and Customs Board

A Google Design Sprint is useful for validating ideas and thoughts before money and energy has been invested into a service that might not be useful for users.

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Anna Piperal

Head of EAS e-Estonia Briefing Centre

The Sprint was an excellent opportunity to conceptualise, design and test concepts for new services. It created tangible results in a week, which we could immediately implement. It was very quick and engaging and raised our collective team spirit.

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Rainer Osanik

KYCer founder

We started our KYCer Design Sprint on Monday. On Thursday, we were already testing the prototype on end-users. Great pace, interesting experience and an amazing result!

Google Design Sprint benefits

A realistic prototype.

Every Design Sprint ends with a realistic prototype of your product or service. This can be a new front page, a mobile view or a new, important functionality.

Outcomes of prototype testing.

On the last day of the Sprint, your product will undergo end-user testing that gives you an overview of how your users think and what they do and hints on how to use this for further development.

A concept of thoughts and ideas

The four days of the Sprint generate a lot of different thoughts and ideas on how to continue forward with your product. All of these will be gathered into one concept.

A common goal and team spirit

Sprints help strengthen team cohesion, make unified decisions on products and developments, as well as raise a team’s energy levels to allow them to better tackle projects.

An answer for how to continue.

It should be obvious at the end of a Sprint whether you received an answer to your original question or whether your idea was validated. Should you continue developing your product and if so, how?

4 days

Google Design Sprint 2.0

A tested and true four-day method that helps you solve challenges critical to your business, increase team spirit, sharpen their focus and move on quickly with product development. It’s perfect for bringing new products or developments to the market and for developing existing products.

4 days

UI/UX design support

We help businesses with UI/UX design by using Google Design Sprint 4-day process to quickly create quality design concept prototype and test it on end users. Result of the tested prototype is direct input for programming.

1 day

Workshops and trainings

We skilfully organise boutique-style custom trainings workshops internationally on site with different lengths and even by video call - UI/UX design training, Google Design Sprint DIY introduction, Customer Journey, Business Model training.

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Andres Kostiv

Andres is the certified lead of all our Design Sprints, as well as a trainer and a UX designer and founder of Futurist. Andres has taken it upon himself to make human interaction with technology enjoyable through developing human-centric and user friendly digital products and services. Andres has over 20 years of experience in creating products and services, the last five of which he has spent on UX design and strategy.


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