What do you need:
- Time and space
DEFINE THE CHALLENGE AND CHOOSE THE TARGET
- Start at the end exercise If you could jump ahead to the end of your sprint, what questions would be answered?
- Agree to a long-term goal Questions: - What questions do we want to answer in this sprint? - To meet our long-term goal, what has to be true?
- Map of the challenge Actors on the left → to the ending - NEW CUSTOMER → visit cafè → talk to barista → have coffee → BUY Words and arrows as on SKETCHNOTE approach Keep it simple
- Ask feedbacks "How might we" questions HMW top left of a sticky notes
- Pick a target
Remix and Improve Lightning Demos:
- Make a list Inspiring solutions from outside
- 3-minute demos For each team member
- Capture big idea while running demo
The Mind Reader
- Notes With your long term goal in mind, 20 minute session to take notes
- Ideas 20 minute, privately.
- Crazy8 Divide your paper into 8 screens and design 8 solutions in 8 minutes
- Solution 30 to 90 minutes. Three panel storyboard by sketching in 3 sticky notes.
You'll have a stack of solution.
DECIDE WHICH SOLUTION HAVE THE BEST CHANCE OF ACHIEVING YOUR GOAL
Solution → CRITIQUE → DECIDE Critique feedbacks on design and common honest decisions
Storyboard Draw a grid and start with scenes
You'll have a storyboard.
"Fake it" MINDSET TO TURN STORYBOARD INTO PROTOTYPE
Having a Prototype from the best solutions
You have a prototype
Interview customers and learn by watching them
Five Act Interview
- A friendly welcome
- A series of general, open-ended context questions about the customer
- Introduction to the prototype
- Detailed task to get the customer reacting to the prototype
- A quick debrief to capture the customer's impressions
Wrap Up and shared solution