Digital product accelerator
Our digital product accelerator process
We work with you to rapidly develop your concept idea to provide a tangible outcome. The process is both fast and collaborative to get the most value out of the accelerator.
To start, we familiarise ourselves with your concept, understanding from you what it is, what makes it unique and the challenges it should address. As part of a workshop session, we also look to understand your target audience and develop proto-personas.
Working together, we then create initial user flows and conceptual designs before we translate this into wireframes of key screens.
Finally, we create an elemental prototype which we use to conduct usability tests with users to gather feedback on the concept and product objectives. By providing insights from real users, outcomes of the digital product accelerator support effective and informed product development.
Build confidence in the concept
Make changes based on user feedback before expensive development
A set of outcomes to support concept progress
Which type of digital product is this suitable for?
The digital product accelerator can be used for websites, platforms or apps.
How does this differ from the Digital UX/UI package?
Our digital UX/UI package is a much more in-depth research and design package which looks to take a product into final design before handover to development. In contrast, our digital product accelerator is best for early or new concept ideas which require quick results to validate the idea before investing in the end-to-end process.
What will I receive?
A prototype of the elemental screens to help convey the product idea and testing outcomes to support confidence in selecting a direction for the product.
How will our collaboration work?
We provide the opportunity to be involved at each step of the process. Initially this will be through a discovery workshop to understand from you the foundations of the idea and existing information. We will then conduct a design workshop, working together to shape and conceptualise the product. Once we have created initial wireframes you will be invited to review these and following the completion of usability testing sessions we will present back the key findings.