Session type:

Case Study

Presented by:

Neil Turner

Redgate software

Session time:

11 May 14:00 14:45

Session duration:

45 minutes

About the session

Design sprints are a fantastic way for agile teams to rapidly explore a challenge, to come up with some potential solutions and to test these with users.

However, the classic 5-day design sprint assumes that everyone is in the same room. What if this isn’t possible? In this informative case study Neil will talk about two remote design sprints he’s run at Redgate Software.

You’ll find what worked, what didn’t work, and come away with enough knowledge to run your own remote design sprint.

This session will cover:

  • When to run a remote design sprint, and when not to.
  • What worked and what didn’t work for the remote design sprints.
  • Tips for running remote design sprints and potential pitfalls to avoid.
  • Useful resources for running remote design sprints.

Audience:
The session will be useful for anyone in an agile team, or indeed working with agile teams, such as scrum masters, product owners, product managers and design managers.

Participant Takeaways:
Participants will leave with actionable recommendations to try out and with enough knowledge to run their own remote design sprint.

Themes:
Design Sprints, UX Design, Lean UX

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