The challenge was to find the best way to turn on and off the scooter, show its location, display information regarding battery, range between recharging in real time and let users plan trips.
We kicked off the project with a Design Sprint. It helped us identify critical points, turn our assumptions into hypotheses and validate them. We built a prototype, tested it with our target users and went through a continuous iterative process. This was the key to try out different functionalities, keep the ones that proved to be useful and leave aside those that were not.
“Bardo kicked off out project running a Design Sprint. That helped us validate our ideas, think of solutions, build a prototype and test it with real users very fast. After that they began working on the design and development of two high quality apps that are attractive and very easy to use and understand. Today they keep working on our products but they also participate on the design and development of side projects related to our scooter."
Once we completed the Design Sprint, we had enough feedback to move on to the design and development of the app.