A design sprint is a framework that helps teams align on a problem, generate many ideas, and test those ideas in a very quick period of time (usually 3-5 days).
The process can turn the normally individualistic working style into a collaborative team effort by making the design process much more inclusive. And if done right, it can put design (and designers) at the strategic table instead of a requirement afterthought.
In this workshop we will cover:
-How to identify the right problem to solve with a sprint.
-How to sell it to the organization and team.
-What to do before the sprint starts. (Team alignment and scheduling)
-Tips for facilitating.
-Rapid design and prototyping tips.
-What to do post-sprint to keep the momentum going throughout development.
The second part will be helping you identify your own project that would fit for a design sprint.
Cameron Cress - Principle UX / Product Designer at ConnectWise
Cameron has been designing products for almost a decade for startups, agencies, and large companies. Over the last few years, he has run design sprints ranging from: e-commerce websites, company rebrands, consumer apps, product onboarding experiences, and large enterprise software products.