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Understanding Design Sprint

Understanding Design Sprint

Design Sprint is a shortcut to learn without building and launching.

It was created by Google Ventures about 5 years ago, and the Design Sprint framework is based on the understanding of Design Thinking. Design Sprint is a five-day process for answering critical business questions through design, prototyping, and testing ideas with final users and customers; basically, a way to solve design problems quickly.

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The Sprint Master starts defining the problem and after the definition of the problem is revealed, the Spring-Master works in the following problem-solving ways to resolve the challenge.

  • Understand
  • Diverge/Sketch
  • Decide
  • Prototype
  • Validate

  • You can use it anytime during the design process:
  • At the beginning of a project to define what your product is offering or to create a shared vision;
  • When you’re at an impasse or have encountered impediments;
  • To inject speed in the development process.

The benefits of running a Design Sprint are:

  • Solves design problems quickly;
  • User validation;
  • Allows you to fail early;
  • Design perspective to Agile;
  • Collaboration tool.

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