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Design Sprints: The methods, outcomes and pitfalls.

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March 22, 2018

Design Sprints: The methods, outcomes and pitfalls.

1. A brief rundown of what a Design Sprint is.
2. When to Sprint.
3. Deciding what to do next.

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March 22, 2018
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  1. DESIGN SPRINTS The methods, outcomes and pitfalls. Hayden Slaughter &

    Tom Prior ProductTank Brighton 22 March 2018
  2. OUR EXPERIENCE Facilitated and participated in Design Sprints Made some

    mistakes Run a lot of Sprint style design phases Learned a lot
  3. JAKE KNAPP

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  5. A MISNOMER When is a Sprint not a Sprint?

  6. A DISCLAIMER

  7. WHAT WE WILL COVER 1. A brief rundown of what

    a Design Sprint is. 2. When to Sprint. 3. Deciding what to do next.
  8. 1. The GV Design Sprint

  9. How to Solve Big Problems and Test New Ideas in

    Just Five Days 1. The GV Sprint
  10. 1. The GV Sprint

  11. Jump forward in time. 1. The GV Sprint

  12. Structured days, proven formula 1. The GV Sprint

  13. SET THE STAGE 1. The GV Sprint

  14. Assemble the team 1. The GV Sprint

  15. Find a Facilitator 1. The GV Sprint

  16. Nominate a Decider 1. The GV Sprint

  17. Get a room 1. The GV Sprint

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  19. MONDAY Map 1. The GV Sprint

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  22. TUESDAY Sketch 1. The GV Sprint

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  25. WEDNESDAY Decide 1. The GV Sprint

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  28. THURSDAY Prototype 1. The GV Sprint

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  31. FRIDAY Test 1. The GV Sprint

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  34. 1. The GV Sprint Let’s go

  35. WOAH THERE 1. The GV Sprint

  36. 2. When to Sprint

  37. The Product Manager says.. “We should do a design Sprint

    for every feature!” 2. When to Sprint
  38. Don’t waste a Sprint on business as usual 2. When

    to Sprint
  39. The CEO says.. “That’s an exciting idea, but too risky”

    2. When to Sprint
  40. Sprint the big stuff 2. When to Sprint

  41. The Developer says.. “We can start developing this straight after

    the Sprint” 2. When to Sprint
  42. Sprints are not reliable product design 2. When to Sprint

  43. “We don’t know whether this idea is worth financial investment”

    The CFO says.. 2. When to Sprint
  44. Use a Sprint to unlock budget 2. When to Sprint

  45. “The Sprint will validate what we think about our customers”

    The Marketing Manager says.. 2. When to Sprint
  46. Sprints don’t replace proper research work 2. When to Sprint

  47. You avoided pitfalls and picked the right thing to Sprint

    on. 2. When to Sprint
  48. You went from idea to tested prototype in just five

    days. 2. When to Sprint
  49. You gathered valuable feedback and identified patterns. 2. When to

    Sprint
  50. Your team developed a shared vision. 2. When to Sprint

  51. 3. What next?

  52. It depends! 3. What next?

  53. There were some unexpected wins The outcome was… 3. What

    next?
  54. Get them into your backlog 3. What next?

  55. It bombed The outcome was… 3. What next?

  56. Bin it 3. What next?

  57. It went well, but there were unanswered questions The outcome

    was… 3. What next?
  58. Sprint again 3. What next?

  59. We discovered a bigger problem The outcome was… 3. What

    next?
  60. Go deep 3. What next?

  61. The idea tested well The outcome was… 3. What next?

  62. Start your design process 3. What next?

  63. WHAT WE SHARED 1. A brief rundown of what a

    Design Sprint is. 2. When to Sprint. 3. What to do after a Sprint.
  64. THANKS FOR LISTENING! Hayden Slaughter www.haydenslaughter.com @haydenslaughter Tom Prior www.thomasprior.co.uk

    @tomprior