This 3 Day Design Sprint was delivered to teenagers between the ages of 13 -18 to teach them how to quickly test ideas without writing a line of code. It has been adapted from Tom Lombardo's course from Fresh Tiled Soil.
Reminder of Day 1: Understand
Welcome & Introductions
Overview of the Process
Design Sprint rules
Interview an Expert
Challenge: User Personas
1. Stick to time (time boxed)
2. Respect each others ideas
3. Constructive Criticism
4. Think outside the dots!
Problem that I need help with
Andy needs to communicate with his
mum because he left the cooker on
How can Andy tell his mum?
Introducing the 5 Whys Technique
Scenario: At Amazon, Jeff Bezos went to the fulfillment centre one day to walk around and
observe operations. All of a sudden all the machines stopped, which meant no orders were
being sent out to customers.
Problem: Order Fulfillment Has Stalled
● Why? An employee pushed the emergency stop
● Why? Someone has been hurt
● Why? An employee cut his finger on the conveyor belt
● Why? He was taking his bag of the belt
● Why? Because there was no where else to put his belongings
Day 2 Schedule: Diverge & Converge
Reminder of what we did
What we learned
Reminder of the rules
Make it rain (£100 Stack)
Challenge: Assumptions Table
Generating ideas can be hard and Six-Ups requires you to visualise your ideas pretty quickly!
Here are few things to bear in mind.
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