Over 20 years ago Steve Jobs uttered the words, “You’ve got to start with the customer experience and work backwards to the technology.” Some point to this moment as the birth of Design Thinking or Human-Centered Design.
Make Meaningful Progress Via Remote Design Sprints: Webinar Recap
Design sprints are a great way to bring your team together to focus on a single problem - but what if your team doesn’t have the time or budget to fly everyone to the same location to run a sprint?
We recently welcomed Joe Lalley (Head of Product Management & User Experience) and Greg Smith (Sr Creative Account Manager) of PwC to share how their team planned and ran a fully remote design sprint - including the advantages, disadvantages, and surprises.
If you missed the webinar, we've got you covered.
Check out the video recording:
Explore the presentation deck:
For a detailed breakdown of their sprint process and day-by-day takeaways, check out Joe's blog post.
We've organized additional resources so you can start taking action on your biggest problems and opportunities right now, regardless of your teammate’s locations.
MURAL Design Sprint Templates
These design sprint templates are ready to be duplicated and used in your own projects right now.
The Definitive Guide To Facilitating Remote Workshops
Our free, downloadable ebook including insights, tools and case studies from digital-first companies and expert facilitators.
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July, 13 2018