Many organizations have based their own design thinking process on Stanford’s Design Thinking Method or are using Google and Jake Knapp’s 5 Day process from the book “Sprint: How to Solve Big Problems and Test New Ideas in Just Five Days.” However, 5 day design sprints have had challenges during the pandemic including the ability to conduct a remote design sprint using the same process effectively, loss of productive time and the ability to collaborate with multiple stakeholders in one room. 2 hour design sprints teach organizations, product managers, UX researchers, and designers how to adopt a 2 hour design sprint process to create more opportunities for success by increasing the frequency and speed of problems you can solve as an organization whether virtual or in-person.
What Attendees will Learn:
- Understand the advantages of using 2 hour design sprints in place of a 5 day design sprint
- How to conduct virtual and in-person 2 hour design sprints as a UX, Product, or Design practitioner
- Become experts on the collaborative tools available to run 2 hour design sprints
- Benefits and practice of using 2 hour design sprint problem solving techniques to get to solutions faster