We’ve been running design sprints for over 10 years, it’s time for us to share everything we know about them in an updated guide.
Design Sprints, by their very nature, are flexible. They follow an overall arc that drives towards testing ideas with potential users, but are not constrained to a single dogmatic way to go about that.
Watch thoughtbot Design Director Jaclyn Perrone facilitate a live, unscripted Lightning Design Jam with the product team at HBR.
Over the last few months, we’ve made some big changes to our playbook. We’ve added a new section, Rapid Product Validation, and updated our Designing section.
Go on a deep dive of how to run a design sprint, even when you can’t be there in-person.
Insight into how nerdy collaborative board games can help you level up your skills as a facilitator of product design sprints.
Get the most velocity from your product team as it transitions from prototyping and validation to growth.
Starting a business is hard, really hard. In fact, according to CB Insights, 70% of startups will fail. Learn how to reduce your risk of failure by building only the features you need in your MVP.
Anjali, Bukol and Carol each have a startup. Each of them chooses a different time to start talking to a digital consultancy. But, what are the benefits of each approach?
I’ve found facilitating a product design sprint really draining for my team and me. Here are a few things that we’ve tried to make them more sustainable.