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Nathan Kinch shares 3 activities teams should add to their design sprints.
A case study about how LEGO scaled Design Sprints throughout its organisation
The time has arrived to embrace design sprints.
Since the Sprint book came out in 2016, we’ve run over 200 Design Sprints here at AJ&Smart. We learned a lot about what works and what…
Design Sprints have revealed an expensive waste of time in the modern design process.
A design sprint is a five-day intensive process intended to solve tough business problems using design approaches.
When running virtual Design Sprints (or, really any other kind of workshop), Miro or MURAL* should primarily be used as a presentation tool…
We conducted research with hundreds of people working on agile teams about their experiences in order to understand some of the biggest design problems they encounter. Designers who work in sprints…
A Three-Month Strategy from Design Sprint to Execution
Launched as Google Ventures in 2009, GV supports innovative founders moving the world forward.
Curated stories on user experience, usability, and product design. By @fabriciot and @caioab.
The Interaction Design Foundation (IxDF) is the world’s largest online design school. We were founded in 2002 and have over 139,000 students.
Product Management community that blogs at http://MindTheProduct.com, meets at http://ProductTank.com, and conferences at http://mtpcon.com #mtpcon
Muzli by InVision is a Chrome extension that provides quick access to all that’s hot and simply awesome in the #Inspiration #design & #tech #web #ux #ui scene.
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