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SPRINT

How to Solve Big Problems in Just Five Days

Albert Wang | @albertw

SPRINT How to Solve Big Problems in Just Five Days Albert Wang | @albertw
SPRINT How to Solve Big Problems in Just Five Days Albert Wang | @albertw
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WHY SPRINT?

WHY SPRINT?

WHY SPRINT?

WHY SPRINT? ENDLESS DEBATES BOSSY BOSS THE GOOD PRESENTER BIAS SOLID RESULTS GUARANTEED

ENDLESS

DEBATES

WHY SPRINT? ENDLESS DEBATES BOSSY BOSS THE GOOD PRESENTER BIAS SOLID RESULTS GUARANTEED

BOSSY

BOSS

WHY SPRINT? ENDLESS DEBATES BOSSY BOSS THE GOOD PRESENTER BIAS SOLID RESULTS GUARANTEED

THE GOOD PRESENTER BIAS

WHY SPRINT? ENDLESS DEBATES BOSSY BOSS THE GOOD PRESENTER BIAS SOLID RESULTS GUARANTEED

SOLID RESULTS GUARANTEED

WHY SPRINT? ENDLESS DEBATES BOSSY BOSS THE GOOD PRESENTER BIAS SOLID RESULTS GUARANTEED

D1E1: Start at the end

WHAT IS THE BEST POSSIBLE FUTURE?
WHAT IS THE BEST
POSSIBLE FUTURE?

D1E1: Start at the end

WHAT IS THE BEST POSSIBLE FUTURE?
WHAT IS THE BEST
POSSIBLE FUTURE?
WHAT ARE THE BIGGEST BLOCKERS?
WHAT ARE THE
BIGGEST BLOCKERS?

D1E1: Start at the end

WHAT IS THE BEST POSSIBLE FUTURE?
WHAT IS THE BEST
POSSIBLE FUTURE?
WHAT ARE THE BIGGEST BLOCKERS?
WHAT ARE THE
BIGGEST BLOCKERS?

D1E2: Make a map

D1E2: Make a map

D1E3: Ask the experts

D1E3: Ask the experts

D1E4: Lightening talks

Competitor Research (perfect homework prior to sprint)

D1E4: Lightening talks Competitor Research (perfect homework prior to sprint)

Note taking: How might we

It’s a note taking technique

Take a problem then convert into mini-ideas

Group by similarity

Vote on the best notes

Move winners to the map

a problem then convert into mini-ideas • Group by similarity • Vote on the best notes

D1E5: Pick a target

D1E5: Pick a target

D2E1: Crazy 8 & crazy 1

D2E1: Crazy 8 & crazy 1

Let’s try!

A solution for making travel planning easy
A solution for making travel
planning easy

3

persons a team

3

mins problem debrief

5

mins of Crazy 8!

3

mins solution debrief and vote

easy 3 persons a team 3 mins problem debrief 5 mins of Crazy 8! 3 mins

D2E2: Crazy 1

D2E2: Crazy 1

D2E3: Art gallery & Heat map

Silent review

vote as many dots you want

D2E3: Art gallery & Heat map • Silent review • vote as many dots you want

D3E1: Speed Critique

Facilitator explains 1st!

The group add-on the missing points

Then idea owner add-on any missing points

Why: Idea have to stand on it’s own. No “good presenter” bias.

• Then idea owner add-on any missing points • Why: Idea have to stand on it’s

D3E2: Straw poll & Super Vote

Every member vote one more time

Explain your vote —-> To the decider

The decider get the final call on what to prototype (super vote)

All-in-one or rumble

D4E1: Storyboard

It’s like a comic book, drawing the more detail steps of the winning idea

No more new ideas!

Find pages in the story

like a comic book, drawing the more detail steps of the winning idea • No more

D4E2: Prototype

Roles:

Maker

Asset collector

Writer

Sticher

Interviewer

Trial run

Roles: • Maker • Asset collector • Writer • Sticher • Interviewer • Trial run
Roles: • Maker • Asset collector • Writer • Sticher • Interviewer • Trial run
Roles: • Maker • Asset collector • Writer • Sticher • Interviewer • Trial run

D4E3: Research Day!

5 participants

2 rooms

1.

Friendly Welcome

2.

Context question

3.

Introduce the prototype

4.

Tasks

5.

Quick debrief

White board note taking

Context question 3. Introduce the prototype 4. Tasks 5. Quick debrief • White board note taking
Context question 3. Introduce the prototype 4. Tasks 5. Quick debrief • White board note taking

Recap

1. Start at the end, find the biggest blocker, then make a map.

2. Ask the experts, learn from the competitors, take “How might we” notes, then decide your focus.

3. Create lots of ideas, work alone together, let ideas speak for itself, then decider made the call.

4. Make a story, then fake it till it feels real.

5. Test with real user, learn and analyze at the same time.

Thanks!

1. Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/albertdesign/

2. Twitter: @albertw

3. Email: albert@albertwang.com

4. Website: albertwang.com

5. Taiwan UXD: https://www.facebook.com/groups/twuxd/

APPENDIX

Set the stage - Day 0

Participants:

Sprint Master (You!)

Decider (CEO, founder, or PM)

Core members (Designer, Engineer, Marketer, Sales, Customer Service, Researcher)

Prep:

War room

Sticky poster, post-it notes, markers

Invite domain experts for day 1

Invite users for day 5

Homework: competitor research

post-it notes, markers • Invite domain experts for day 1 • Invite users for day 5

Why Sprint is better?

It avoids:

Endless debates

Boss have the loudest voice

Extravert that talk bad ideas into good one

It provides

Real market inputs of product direction, before you put in months of eng work

ideas into good one • It provides • Real market inputs of product direction, before you

Rumble or all-in-one

Rumble or all-in-one W e d n e s d a y Decide on the best

Wednesday Decide on the best idea

Rumble: 2-3 great ideas but not compatible. Can’t give up any.

All-in-one: One strong idea that other small idea can merge into