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Abordamos un con un experimento buscando encaje producto-mercado. Implicamos a todos nuestros alumnos emprendedores. Iremos desvelando las lecciones aprendidas. Esto no es pero sí la del IES Consaburum 🚀🚀🚀 Innovando en con 🍀🍀🍀
















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There is often confusion between Design Sprint, Lean Startup, Agile and Scrum. Especially when we use the term “Sprint”. Know the differences and when to use each one 👉
















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Nem sempre conseguimos pensar fora da caixinha na correria do dia a dia. Por isso, rodamos a Design Sprint. Uma iniciativa que nos ajuda a validar hipóteses e encontrar soluções.



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Así vivimos el proceso de Design Thinking con nuestros emprendedores y empresarios de Zacatecas dentro del Programa de a Incubación y Aceleración de Empresas dentro de las instalaciones del Tec de Monterrey. #STARTCUPS #itesm #tecdemonterrey #tecdemty #mentoring #mentor #designinspiration #designthinking #ideo #itesmags #itesmzac #designsprint #inspiration #hackers #startup #siliconvalley (en TEC Campus Zacatecas)
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Disfrutando de un Workshop más de Design Thinking para nuestros emprendedores y empresarios con ánimos de innovar en México. #STARTCUPS #DesignThinking #DesignSprint #UX #UserExperience #SiliconValley #EmpathyMap #CustomerJourney #UserMap #UiUx #Innovation #Value (en Aguascalientes, Mexico)
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Workshop Design Thinking 2019 | Programa de Incubación de Alto Impacto #STARTCUPS. #DesignThinking #DesignInnovation #Innovation #SiliconValley #mentoring #mentor #DesignSprint #UX #UserExperience #BrandExperience #hackers #Startup (en Aguascalientes, Mexico)
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When should you run a #designSprint? This video explains all. TLDR: before you start implementing anything that takes serious time and money.

Week 7 Design Sprints

To get a clear picture of what a design sprint is I will use Jake Knapp’s words on what this technique really is.“The sprint is a five-day process for answering critical business questions through design, prototyping, and testing ideas with customers” - Jake Knapp, (One of the inventors of the Design Sprint)



The design sprint technique is simply a recipe for success in digital product design.  It presents us with what it is we need, what it is we need to do and when we need to do what we do. In other words, it is a roadmap for most things that need to be addressed in a design project.

And in the case of a larger team, the design sprints help decide on who should do what; using an analogy the 5-star restaurant; different food specialists are delegated to the certain task however they would all be working on the same critical issue/problem presented; feeding all the customers. In design, it’s the same we want to Please our user’s needs/desires.

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(The Post-it notes above highlight the ideas we came up with during the sprint)

Design Sprint (18.09.17)

On Monday, Tom, Minal and I participated in a design sprint where we conjured up ideas for our chosen organisation, Foster Hope. We chose this organisation for a few reasons over our other option, Gutter Kitties as they had more we could work with. Gutter Kitties specialise in stray, abandoned cats in Auckland City but Foster Hope not only deal with foster kid care but conduct workshops to help young adults transition into the big world, camps, craft workshops and filling backpacks for children about to go into foster care. We wanted to take advantage of these factors during the design thinking process.

Having reviewed their website, we saw that there were pictures of toys, quilts, clothing and very small images of the children doing activities. During the sprint, Minal and I listed down these observations and improvements that could be made (as seen above on the post-its). Such suggestions were: more colour to the website (the current palette is blue and red), a blog that showcases events relating to the foster kids, positive images for children and caregivers who may come across the website, sharing stories of the children or relating to them, showcasing their talents etc. 

This spew of ideas had to be executed hastily and I caught myself wondering afterwards which of these ideas really had the potential to be pursued further. That’s when G said that we had to rate the ideas we had come up with collectively as a group. Minal and I were present at the time and were able to rate each other’s ideas. He had come up with more business-orientated ideas whilst I focused more on more social/aesthetic ideas so there was a dynamic balance to our ideation. We narrowed down the 3-star ideas to:

- more colour needed on the Foster Hope website

- express a unique value proposition i.e. what sets them apart from the ‘Foster Kids’ organisation

- A blog showcasing events, documenting children’s creative work and express themselves

- Positivity. This received four-stars in the team as instilling positivity around such a sensitive topic like foster care is difficult but empowering for the organisation, the children and the donors. It’s a way of bringing an ambience of hope to the organisation’s work. 

After narrowing down our ideas, we swapped groups with Jolie and her team to gain a different perspective on our ideas so far. We were allowed to use post-its on each other’s idea board and this is what we were able to gain from the experience (the blue post-its are written by Jolie’s team):

Here’s some of the feedback we received:

- Share real stories of kids - overcoming adversity and finding themselves.

-  Design activities for specific age groups 

- Hold events to garner more donations

Jolie also mentioned that her grandmother worked with orphans/ abandoned children and may be a good source of ideas. It was great to gain some perspective from the outside as there were times during the sprint where the creative juices for ideas just weren’t flowing. Next week, we will be storyboarding the ideas we have fleshed out which will help us visualise their progression and eventual manifestation.

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In Episode 4 we got a chance to talk to Scott Childs, Senior Experience Design Lead at Capital One, about the Five-day Sprint Design Process. From problem to prototype, we explored how this simple and sleek lean start-up tool can be an excellent tool to develop new perspectives for any business.