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Design Sprints
AJ&Smart
Special Touches That Make
Your Sprints Kickass
Prepared by
Jake Knapp
AUTHOR OF SPRINT
AJ&Smart is the go-to partner for Design Sprints.
With masterful facilitation and ...
FM T W T
Map
Sketch
Decide
Story-board
type
Proto-
Test!
Full team Full team
Prepared by !4
Apple
Best Apps of
the year 2015
Google
Best Apps of
the year 2015
SXSW 2016
Winner Mobile
Innovation
Webby...
Ran 8 sprints
Rapid sketching Prototype Real app (1.0)
Share bar
Prepared by !9
Dee
• Australian
• 10 years product design experience
• Product Strategy Mentor for Google
startup accelerator
• Runs the ...
In-Person training
around the world
Online Design
Sprint
Masterclass
1. How to prepare for a Sprint
2. Facilitation secrets

To add confidence and relieve stress
3. How to give clear instructi...
How to Prepare
How we used to do it…
• Expert Interviews
• Map
• Long Term Goal
• Sprint Questions
• Lightning Demos
• And start to collect potential user test...
You’re already on-boarding
your client/participants to
the Sprint before it starts!
Facilitation
Secrets
Set Expectations
And preparing participants emotionally
“This will probably feel too rushed”
“It will feel like we’re losi...
Note
Stick
Vote
Prioritise
Cutting out
discussion
(Note & Vote)
My ideas
Note Vote PrioritiseStick
Note & Vote (together, alone)
Examples
Long Term Goal Sprint Questions Pre-Storyboard
How to Give
Clear Instructions
There’s a formula!
Give context not just instructions
1. What
2. Why
3. How
What Why Why How How
There’s a formula!
Give context not just instructions
Use Insight Statements
“The big idea with this exercise is…”
“The most important thing about this is…”
“The way to do this...
Use Insight Statements
“The way to do this exercise
well is to use all of your dots!”
“The big idea with this is to collec...
Special Touches
M T W T
Goal & Sprint
Questions
Sketch
Heat-map Vote
Story-board
Whole Group Whole Group
F
Test!Map
Decider Vote
Straw-pol...
M T W T
Goal & Sprint
Questions
Sketch
Heat-map Vote
Story-board
Whole Group Whole Group
F
Test!Map
Decider Vote
Straw-pol...
Prepared by
What to
watch next?
Prepared by
100+ hours of Design Sprint videos
Prepared by
Daily stories about running a Design Sprint agency on Instagram
Prepared by
Free 1 Hour Webclass
How we made the jump to work exclusively in Design Sprints
Thank you :)
That’s the end!
C...
BONUS
MATERIAL:
Dealing with
Skeptics and
Trouble-makers
“Typical” types
BetaAlpha
Power

-Hungry
The Leader
needs:
To be validated
To be empowered
To feel in control
Knowledge

-...
Mitigating troublemakers
1. Set expectations
2. Capture ideas (and move on)
3. Use a question “parking lot”
4. Use note & ...
“That’s really interesting.
Can you tell me what’s
behind you asking that?”
Gives you
thinking time
Show that it’s very sp...
Prepared by
Remote
Sprints
Prepared by
Remote Sprints: Top 3 things that change
1. Timing
2. More Confusion
3. Digital v Physical
More time explainin...
Prepared by
https://uxplanet.org/from-idea-to-appstore-a-design-sprint-case-study-a7781093de8d
MURAL Webinar: Special Touches That Make Your Sprints Kickass
MURAL Webinar: Special Touches That Make Your Sprints Kickass
MURAL Webinar: Special Touches That Make Your Sprints Kickass
MURAL Webinar: Special Touches That Make Your Sprints Kickass
MURAL Webinar: Special Touches That Make Your Sprints Kickass
MURAL Webinar: Special Touches That Make Your Sprints Kickass
MURAL Webinar: Special Touches That Make Your Sprints Kickass
MURAL Webinar: Special Touches That Make Your Sprints Kickass
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In this webinar, Dee Scarano (Lead Design Sprint Trainer at AJ&Smart) shared insights from running hundreds of design sprints and training people from some of the biggest and best companies in the world.

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MURAL Webinar: Special Touches That Make Your Sprints Kickass

  1. 1. Design Sprints AJ&Smart Special Touches That Make Your Sprints Kickass
  2. 2. Prepared by Jake Knapp AUTHOR OF SPRINT AJ&Smart is the go-to partner for Design Sprints. With masterful facilitation and product design, they can help any team stop wasting time, get aligned, and make months of progress in just two days.
  3. 3. FM T W T Map Sketch Decide Story-board type Proto- Test! Full team Full team
  4. 4. Prepared by !4 Apple Best Apps of the year 2015 Google Best Apps of the year 2015 SXSW 2016 Winner Mobile Innovation Webby Award Mobile Best Practices 2016
  5. 5. Ran 8 sprints
  6. 6. Rapid sketching Prototype Real app (1.0)
  7. 7. Share bar
  8. 8. Prepared by !9
  9. 9. Dee • Australian • 10 years product design experience • Product Strategy Mentor for Google startup accelerator • Runs the Global Service Jam in Berlin • Head of Design Sprint training at AJ&Smart
  10. 10. In-Person training around the world
  11. 11. Online Design Sprint Masterclass
  12. 12. 1. How to prepare for a Sprint 2. Facilitation secrets
 To add confidence and relieve stress 3. How to give clear instructions 4. Special touches 
 To make your Sprints unforgettable AJ&Smart The next 24 minutes…
  13. 13. How to Prepare
  14. 14. How we used to do it…
  15. 15. • Expert Interviews • Map • Long Term Goal • Sprint Questions • Lightning Demos • And start to collect potential user testers Now we prepare draft versions of: (Total prep time 3-4 hours)
  16. 16. You’re already on-boarding your client/participants to the Sprint before it starts!
  17. 17. Facilitation Secrets
  18. 18. Set Expectations And preparing participants emotionally “This will probably feel too rushed” “It will feel like we’re losing ideas” “This might feel uncomfortable” “It’s normal to not have any ideas yet” “It’s normal to feel like it’s not going to work”
  19. 19. Note Stick Vote Prioritise Cutting out discussion (Note & Vote)
  20. 20. My ideas Note Vote PrioritiseStick Note & Vote (together, alone)
  21. 21. Examples Long Term Goal Sprint Questions Pre-Storyboard
  22. 22. How to Give Clear Instructions
  23. 23. There’s a formula! Give context not just instructions 1. What 2. Why 3. How
  24. 24. What Why Why How How There’s a formula! Give context not just instructions
  25. 25. Use Insight Statements “The big idea with this exercise is…” “The most important thing about this is…” “The way to do this exercise well is…”
  26. 26. Use Insight Statements “The way to do this exercise well is to use all of your dots!” “The big idea with this is to collect the opinions of the group”
  27. 27. Special Touches
  28. 28. M T W T Goal & Sprint Questions Sketch Heat-map Vote Story-board Whole Group Whole Group F Test!Map Decider Vote Straw-poll Vote Prototype Lightning Demos Whole Group Expert Interview Original Sprint
  29. 29. M T W T Goal & Sprint Questions Sketch Heat-map Vote Story-board Whole Group Whole Group F Test!Map Decider Vote Straw-poll Vote Prototype Lightning Demos Expert Interview Design Sprint 2.0
  30. 30. Prepared by What to watch next?
  31. 31. Prepared by 100+ hours of Design Sprint videos
  32. 32. Prepared by Daily stories about running a Design Sprint agency on Instagram
  33. 33. Prepared by Free 1 Hour Webclass How we made the jump to work exclusively in Design Sprints Thank you :) That’s the end! Click here to register for the free webclass
 https://bit.ly/2xXTTUT
  34. 34. BONUS MATERIAL:
  35. 35. Dealing with Skeptics and Trouble-makers
  36. 36. “Typical” types BetaAlpha Power
 -Hungry The Leader needs: To be validated To be empowered To feel in control Knowledge
 -Driven The Expert needs: Provided room for expertise To be consulted Process
 -Oriented The Team Player needs: Clear direction Not put on the spot Gamma To be given tasks Resistance
 -Oriented The Disruptor needs: To be given space for new ideas To be asked for input Omega
  37. 37. Mitigating troublemakers 1. Set expectations 2. Capture ideas (and move on) 3. Use a question “parking lot” 4. Use note & vote 5. Give tasks G A O A B O A B G O
  38. 38. “That’s really interesting. Can you tell me what’s behind you asking that?” Gives you thinking time Show that it’s very specific to one person’s situation Very detailed. Can answer later Validates the asker
  39. 39. Prepared by Remote Sprints
  40. 40. Prepared by Remote Sprints: Top 3 things that change 1. Timing 2. More Confusion 3. Digital v Physical More time explaining. Blocks of individual work. Do the prep! Don’t do it with first-timers! Spend time onboarding (use our videos). Use a good digital tool (I’ve heard of one called MURAL)
  41. 41. Prepared by https://uxplanet.org/from-idea-to-appstore-a-design-sprint-case-study-a7781093de8d

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