The Remote Design Sprint is a week-long process for answering big product problems and business questions through design, prototyping, and testing ideas with customers.
It's essentially a way of working that reduces the risk of projects going over budget and beyond tight deadlines.
By creating a realistic prototype and testing it out with real people, you can discover whether the solution in mind is really the right one to invest further time and money into.
Together, we understand the long term goal, define the challenges and produce a mass of solutions.
We curate and vote on the best solutions together, then define what should be in the prototype with a storyboard.
Once we know what we are designing, we create the prototype on our computers and setup the user test scenarios.
Testing the prototype with five real people, we then use the feedback to create clear next steps in the form of a product backlog.
Follow the updated Remote Design Sprint framework from Etch Sprints, a team that has run more than 40 Sprints with small to large businesses. This is the ultimate Design Sprint training available ONLINE for anyone across the World.
What is it? It's an online course designed to teach you the Remote Design Sprint and give you the confidence to start running your own Remote Design Sprints in your team or as a new service at your agency.
Find out when to use the modified virtual framework, what type of projects it is suitable for and witness 'what it looks like.'
Ross Chapman is a product designer and Head of Etch Sprints. He has run over 40 design sprints with product teams, marketing agencies and brands to solve big business problems within a week.
He's been trained by Jake Knapp himself, one of the authors of the acclaimed book of the methodology 'Sprint' and is the host of the Etch Podcast.
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