Design and content sprints are the key to bringing together product owners, designers, researchers, content strategists, and other disciplines into one tight knit team. They’re a roundup of content strategy, behavior science, UX, and more in a process anyone can use.
Sprints make it possible to compress months of work into a week or less. Instead of waiting to understand if an idea will work, get early feedback from a design and content prototype. Use sprints to look forward at how things will work or break based on audience reaction. All without building fully-featured, expensive products. It’s one of the best activities for any project.
WHAT WE'LL COVER:
- Getting the right setup for a successful sprint. Who should be on your team? How to structure the sprint? What prep work needs to be done.
- Mapping out the sprint, set a vision with the end in mind, and dig deep into the problem you'll be solving.
- Sketching multiple solutions as a team.
- Creating a storyboard and journey maps that guide prototype creation.
- Creating a testable prototype (you can use code or not in this part!)
- How to do quick and useful user testing with your customers.