The famous Sprint. Companies all over have molded this formula to their own tastes, but it currently stands as the status quo in today’s industry. Learn it, understand it, then make it your own.
Learn to do a sprint--a five-day process for answering critical business questions through design, prototyping, and testing ideas with customers.
What is a design sprint, and should you be running them? Those are the two fundamental questions we seek to unpack in this post.
Agile and UX work well together when management values UX, UX practitioners show leadership, the process isn’t strict, and UX is embedded on teams.
Design Sprint 2.0 is simply the most up-to-date, semi-official version of the Sprint, as of May 2018.
In this article, we’re going to help you create the right mindset and environment that will enable design sprints to take hold.
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