DESIGN THINKING TIME-LINE
Why we do design sprints - strategy definition
It all about quick, low fidelity ways to test and validate your assumptions. The sprint helps bridge in other team members, stakeholders, and subject matter experts into the design thinking process. It’s all about cross disciplinary minds/skills coming together to solve a common problem for an aligned goal.
THE SPRINT IS JUST A FASTER VERSION OF THE ENTIRE UX PROCESS.
IS A GROUP ACTIVITY THAT CAN CAN LAST 1 - 2 FULL DAYS.
Why we do design sprints - tangible definition
It’s a quick and fast way to get a group (some non-designers) to define and align on problems, understand a user, generate ideas, and sketch together.
The sprint helps teams share ownership of ideas and creates alignment around the why.
After the sketch phase and the designers will now take the ideas and craft wire-frames to do further testing.
Here's the business framing
I own a food service called "all things food." I'm looking for problems in the food space and I'm curious to understand and learn if Academy of Art students in San Francisco have food related problems that I can solve with software.