In a nutshell a design sprint is broken up into 5 steps in 5 days. Day 1: Understanding the problem, and possibly seeing it in a new light. Day 2: Finding creative ideas that could be a solutions to your problems. Day 3: Making decisions and turning your ideas into a testable hypothesis. Day 4: Making a realistic prototype. Day 5: Testing your prototype and getting feedback with real users.
Use Miro as a tool to guide you through your design sprint.
Miro is a collaborative white board that you can easily brainstorm ideas, take notes and visualise concepts together with your team. Its user friendly and visual and a great place to keep your design sprint notes in one place.
Read New York Times bestseller Sprint
Sprint: How to Solve Big problems and Test New Ideas in Just Five Days was written collaboration with three design partners from Google Ventures. Jake Knapp; John Zeratsky, (Product designer); Braden Kowitz, (Product designer). Get deep knowledge of the theory involved in design sprints and apply them to transform your business or design projects. They will provide insights into their 5 day transformative formula aimed for anyone with problems or ideas that need solutions fast. It will change the way you think about the design process and decision making.
Use the Miro 5 day official Sprint template
The Miro 5 day official template was created especially for Miro by the legends from Google Ventures who created the design sprint methodology. Use this template to run your sprint smoothly and hassle free. Its designed to facilitate a remote or in person 5 day sprint. Included in the template are thorough instructions and practical exercises. No need to prepare anything beforehand, with this template you are ready to begin. Remember to trust the process, you will pleasantly surprised with the results.