Design Sprints with Kai Haley and Zeke Binion
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Do you have a product that needs improvement, or a process to define? Is your team looking for a way to generate and test new ideas quickly? The Design Sprint process, created at Google, is a structured way to explore a problem, create a solution, and get user feedback, all in five days or less. Join Kai Haley, who teaches sprint facilitation at Google, and Zeke Binion, who has run many sprints, as they show Noel Rappin how to use Design Sprints.
01:24 - What is a “Design Sprint?” Who should use them? What are they good for?
06:49 - Implementing Sprints Into a Team and High-level Goals
- How to Conduct Your Own Google Design Sprint
- From Google Ventures, The 6 Ingredients You Need To Run A Design Sprint
10:47 - Facilitating Design Sprints; or “Being a Sprint Master”
16:40 - “How Might We…?” Brainstorming Sessions
19:32 - Journey Mapping and User Experience Mapping
23:45 - Success Metrics
25:18 - Sketching, Comparison, and Presenting Ideas
32:12 - The Deciding Stage: aka Prototyping
36:29 - User Interviews / Usability Studies
40:36 - Learning to Facilitate Design Sprints