A Design Sprint a four-day process for answering critical business questions through design, prototyping, and testing ideas with customers. It’s a great way for companies to leverage the whole of their teams brain power and within four days using a proven system come up with a real solution and user feedback.
The 7 Benefits of Running A Design Sprint 4:15
1. Test Ideas Building a “product”, and testing it in front of users all in the span of one week. This is a great use of time and money. 4:17
2. Uncover usability flaws and unknown product hangups. 4:39
3. Team alignment. Having all the stakeholders work closely together on the same goal and with the same information is intensely uniting. 5:07
4. Bringing in users can make the problem feel more concrete. 5:27
5. Creates a guiding artifact for software development. After the Design Sprint, you now have a workable, fluid prototype to develop against. 6:09
6. Prototyping frees you from the traditional time and money constraints of building a product to test it. 6:32
7. Time constraint boosts creativity and forces you to make product decisions quickly. 6:51
There are generally five phases to a design sprint
1. Understand 1:48
2. Concept 1:52
3. Decide 2:12
4. Prototype 2:39
5. Test 3:12
If you would like to know how a design sprint can help your business;
Click this link here at my company Pixeloute: www.pixeloute.com/design-sprints
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