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A Design Sprint is a 4-day hackathon for crafting new products, improving existing ones, and tackling hard challenges with design thinking. It helps teams make tangible progress in days instead of months.

Why do organizations use Design Sprints?

The biggest risk when launching new products and features is wasting time and money building something nobody wants. Design Sprints help teams clearly define goals and validate assumptions before starting development. Our clients love Design Sprints because it helps them innovate and move forward with confidence.

At DXLabs, we’ve used Design Sprints to launch innovative products and services with successful startups like Precision Hawk (Raised $130M+), Local Motion (Acquired by ZipCar), Hashicorp (IPO), and corporations like Intel (Intel Insight), Lowe’s (Spatial Commerce), and Etsy.

What does the Design Sprint process look like?

A Design Sprint is a rapid process that takes place over 4 days. On Day 1 we work with your team to define and prioritize key challenges. Day 2 is about coming up with new solutions together, prioritizing them, and crafting an experiment. Day 3 is when the DXLabs team creates a high-fidelity prototype and Day 4 is when we test this prototype with your customers and determine next steps.

What is the output of a Design Sprint?

The output of a Design Sprint is a looks-like, work-like prototype that’s tested with real users. This prototype is high fidelity which allows us to get more realistic insights from user research giving everyone more confidence and alignment on what to do afterwards.

What happens after a Design Sprint?

After a Design Sprint has ended, it’s important to keep the momentum going! Some organizations will do another Design Sprint to take their prototype to the next level, or work with DXLabs to pitch the idea and develop it internally.

Why work with DXLabs?

We’re hackers, hustlers, and designers with a healthy disregard for the impossible. We have operational knowledge from building companies, managing product teams, and working at places like IDEO, NASA, and the Stanford d.school. Working with DXLabs allows you to plug into a network of some of the best designers in Silicon Valley.

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  • Interactive prototype tested with users
  • Team training on Design Sprints


  • Best in groups of 5 to 10 participants


  • Total workshop lasts 4 days
  • Client attendance is required on first two days

Locations offered

  • Workshop is offered virtually (remote) and in-person


  • Pricing is dependent on the number of attendees
  • Contact us for a quote
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Meet your co-conspirators

We’re hackers, hustlers, and designers with a healthy disregard for the impossible.

CEO @ DXLabs, former aerospace engineer turned product designer, Co-Founder at Flux.ai, Design Partner at Singularity University


Educator at Stanford d.school. Design Strategist at Women's World Banking


Executive Director, Replenish Earth


Product and marketing consultant for GreenTech, B2B SaaS, and remote sensing. DroneDeploy, LinkedIn, Bizo


Founding team, knowledge sommelier @Singularity University


Futures researcher & futurist designer. Past clients include Microsoft, Google, Nike, Universal, DreamWorks, BBC, Telefonica, Tata, MTN


Product Designer, World Builder & Storyteller, Design Parter @DXLabs


Co-Founder and CEO at Helix Nanotechnologies, Science Fiction Author of The Quantum Thief, The Fractal Prince


Conceptual Designer @ DXLabs, Singularity University


Futurist, Product Designer, Microsoft, Magic Leap, Singularity University


Author, Founder, Chief Narrative Officer Spatial Shift and Back to Space


Creative Technologist, Tesla, Autodesk, IDEO Collab


Designer and Strategist in the Arts, Cultural Production, and Social Innovation sectors, Co-founder @ Nomadic Labs

“The Futurecasting Sprint was a highly engaging way to bring us all around our big vision and understand what it takes to get there. It’s taken a load off our shoulders now that we will have better decision making, better strategy, better pitching, and easier alignment.”
Jason Ham
Senior Product Designer at Etsy

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