Before you launch a minimal viable product, take 5 days to validate your idea before making any expensive commitments.
Answer critical business questions through design, prototyping and testing ideas with customers.
(The Google Design Sprint was created by Jake Knapp, Braden Kowitz, Michael Margolis, John Zeratasky, Daniel Burka when they were at Google Ventures.)
We have mapped out all the steps you need to do to get ready for your Sprint.
Here are just some of them:
There are a total of 13 essential steps you need to do to run a really great Design Sprint, and we have details and tips and how to do all of them.
Monday is packed with 12 action items and Kerika's template includes details and checklists on how to make it happen.
Here are just some of them:
There are other things you need to do:
Use this opportunity to explore all ideas and solutions before taking action. You can rely upon Kerika to keep all your files together as you brainstorm, create, edit, and finalize documents and content.
Tuesday includes 7 action items to make sure you and your team are running well through the Sprint.
Divide or Swarm
4-Step Sketch Process
On Wednesday, debate the solutions and ideas that your team discovered on Tuesday. Collaborate with your team to decide and move forward.
Wednesday includes 18 action items, so it's going to be a busy day. Your tasks will include:
Additional actions items include:
On Thursday, you will create and build a prototype that you can test with your audience. And although this is just a prototype it should have enough quality to evoke honest reactions from customers.
Friday includes 12 action items, so be prepared for another busy day.
Don't forget that:
You can prototype anything.
Prototypes are disposable.
The prototype must appear real.
Here's an example of one of the tasks for Thursday: as you can see, Kerika provides solid details on every task, so you are successful even if this is your first Design Sprint!
Time to cross the finish line! Testing your product with real users will give you all the insight you need for successful product development. You won’t waste time or resources.
Friday includes 15 action items to make sure you and your team are productive on the big day! These are just a few:
1.Sign up for Kerika with your email address or Google ID.
2.In just seconds Kerika can set up a new board for you that's a complete copy of this template.
3.Next, invite your team members to join this board, to get more done.
Upload Files from your desktop: drag and drop any kind of file onto a Kerika task and Kerika handles the rest, including keeping track of versions.
Import Content from the Web, your Intranet, or even SharePoint: attach anything to any Kerika task or board. Kerika manages everything for you.
Chat with your team: Kerika integrates your chat and email with your tasks and content management. Communicate with your team instantly.
Sync with your Apple, Microsoft, or Google Calendar: never miss a due date again! Your Calendar will automatically stay updated even as your due dates change.
You can explore concepts within concepts and even incorporate your files, videos, images, and Web content along with your flowcharts.
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