Protosprint is a method for making a business case for a new information system (typically a web application). It can be used in the early stages of product development to set a robust business framework for the project.
Protosprint can be used to validate ideas — however its true value lies in idea generation; it is systematic innovation.
Protosprint marries design thinking with software development principles. This allows us to solve problems and explore opportunities from an engineering perspective. We are matching a problem space with an opportunity space in order to generate innovative solutions.
Protosprint is delivered as a series of facilitated workshops, each focusing on a key part of the system — the data, the interactions, and the value of information.
At the end of the workshop, you will have several high-level design artefacts for building the first iteration of your product (a prototype).
Each case is individual; Protosprint is not a cookie-cutter process.
Duration: anything between one day and a week.
We definitely have come a long way, both in regards to understanding what is actually important for our project, and also how to move on from here.— Steffan Enemark Elley, Project Manager, Venture Cup Denmark
Strategic, business-developing, technical.— Ulrik Sell, co-founder, Peblish.dk
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Have an idea for an app and want to create a prototype or an MVP? I'd be happy to discuss if you qualify for Protosprint.Let's talk