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Client’s story: How we adapted the Design Sprint process to create meaningful EdTech
In our previous articles, we introduced you to the Design Sprint concept and explained all of the phases of this process. Today, we would like to share with you something unique – how the Design Sprint process at Setapp looks like from our client’s perspective. Milena Piasecka, EdTech Product Manager at Learn Teach Explore, describes how
How bad UX can kill your educational app. What you can do to avoid it?
UX, UX and UX. If you’re in the business of creating digital products then you probably stumble upon this term at least once a day. Yes, it’s a staple when building high-quality user-centric products (not just digital). We all know that. But what could go wrong if you screw up UX whilst developing an educational product?
How to save money & reduce risks with Design Sprint
Before we begin we need to clarify the naming issue. You can find many different names of the same thing circulating all over the internet – Design Sprint, Product Discovery Workshops, Service Design Workshops, Product Design Sprint, Innovative Workshops, Google Sprint etc. We decided to stick to the original name – Design Sprint. If you’re
What can you expect during a Design Sprint? A brief look into the 4 phases
In the previous article on Design Sprint, we introduced you to the framework and its benefits. Now we want to take you through all the Design Sprint phases so that you can get a quick idea of how the process looks, what can you expect during those days, and how it aims to increase your team’s confidence
Test and validate your product within 5 days using Design Sprints
Imagine that you’ve just had an epiphany and found the solution to an unanswered problem. “This makes a great business idea. I need to build it!”. Wouldn’t you want to fast-forward to the future and see your finished product and how it interacts with its users? The Design Sprint will give you that superpower. With this framework,