Whether you’re working at a startup or a large organization, developing the right product or service for your customer is key to your success. We can’t afford to wait for a product to launch in order to understand if it’s the right thing to be investing time and money into.
A design sprint is a process for answering critical business questions and getting customer feedback in a compressed amount of time, leading to breakthroughs that might otherwise take months.
Watch this video for a quick introduction to the sprint process:
Typically, a sprint team will get together in the same place and focus on the problem for 5 days, but with the right tools and mentality, fully remote design sprints can be just as productive.
These design sprint templates are ready to be duplicated and used in your own projects so you can start taking action on your biggest problems and opportunities, regardless of your teammate’s locations.
0 - DASHBOARD: Plan and prepare before the sprint
1 - UNDERSTAND: Collect observations and map the challenge
2 - EXPLORE: Go deeper on the selected challenge
3 - REFINE: Review and update concepts
4 - PROTOTYPE & TEST: Collect and analyze customer feedback
5 - PLAN EXPERIMENTS: Map further tests and development