Design Sprint Workshop

by James Hobart

From Monday May 27 2019 to Tuesday May 28 2019

Price: 1,300.00 Euro

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Residenza di Ripetta
Via di Ripetta 231
00186 Roma (RM)

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Description

Design Sprints allow your teams to create solutions through a rapid, disciplined, and time-boxed design cycle that achieves stunning results in a week vs months. Facilitate collaboration across your organization and identify key goals, potential solutions and then validate those solutions with users.

Learn how to incorporate user insights directly into your team’s design decisions. Guarantee you will build products your users will truly want.

This technique was initiated at Google ventures to identify best options for funding startups and we have worked with large enterprise clients to adapt it toward success in corporate and government environments. This workshop will walk participants through an actual Design Sprint so they can begin implementing this process within their organization.

What you will learn

  • Choose a problem suited for a Design Sprint
  • Master how to conduct a Design Sprint
  • How to plan for and setup a Design Sprint
  • How to get the right people involved
  • How to build user journeys
  • Apply structured decision making
  • Aligning key stakeholders on a common goal
  • Creating fast, simple prototypes
  • How to evaluate and measure Design Sprint success

Benefits to Your Company

  • Deliver digital solutions faster with higher impact
  • Guarantee products you build will be what users will truly want
  • Dramatically reduce time to go from concept to validated prototype
  • Foster improved cross-team communication
  • Deliver successful MVP releases
  • Improve your ROI (Return on investment) for digital products

Main Topics

  • Introduction to Design Sprints
  • Choosing a project
  • Planning a Design Sprint
  • Securing management support
  • Aligning the team on key goals and objectives
  • Identifying key areas to solve
  • Defining the problem to solve
  • Identifying solutions
  • Choosing a solution
  • Rapid Prototyping
  • Validating your solution
  • Presenting your findings
  • Aligning on key observations