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As a developer, it can be challenging to work with designers & stakeholders to hone in on a plan for an MVP that looks great and can be implemented within the time and budget scope. In this talk, you’ll explore the 5-phase Product Design Sprint process based on the Google Ventures Sprint and used by thoughtbot to kick off 100+ projects each year.
Starting with design thinking and ending with a user-tested prototype, a Product Design Sprint orients the team and effort toward a mutual goal and improves the changes of making something people want.
After this talk you’ll be armed with the tools you need to rapidly generate potential solutions to your customer’s problems, effectively scope an MVP, create a prototype, and get user feedback; all within a week!
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The Product Design Sprint
Rachel is a product designer at Skookum in Denver, Colorado. Prior to Skookum, she did interactive design at thoughtbot, was involved with numerous start-ups, and co-founded a web app to combat child malnutrition.