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How to compile a Lean Canvas, the business plan in one page -
To compile a Lean Canvas is the very first step for evaluating a business idea and for identifying the riskiest assumptions to be tested. A Lean Canvas is also the perfect companion along the journey from initial idea to Product-Market fit.
prototyping  designsprints 
27 days ago by researchknowledge
Low-fidelity vs. high-fidelity prototyping
On the other hand, high-fidelity prototypes are highly functional and interactive. They are very close to the final product, with most of the necessary design assets and components developed and integrated. Hi-fi prototypes are often used in the later stages to test usability and identify issues in the workflow.
prototyping  designsprints 
4 weeks ago by researchknowledge
The Design Sprint 2.0: What is it and what does it look like? | Inside Design Blog
Design Sprint 2.0 is simply the most up-to-date, semi-official version of the Sprint, as of May 2018. We say semi-official because this is the version we teach when we train with Jake Knapp. We have created a number of videos to explain the updated process step-by-step, and we’re embarking on a series of posts to describe the changes in detail.

One of the biggest differences between the original Design Sprint and the Design Sprint 2.0 is that 2.0 is optimized to work not just in startups, but also in large organizations that don’t necessarily have time to commit an entire week to the full process.
designsprints  prototyping 
4 weeks ago by researchknowledge
Sprint Planning – A guide to visual collaboration in Agile development
As a distributed team, our personal experience has taught us that the value of visual collaboration cannot be underestimated. To demonstrate the importance of this principle, we asked one of our Scrum Masters to share his Sprint Planning design using RealtimeBoard.
scrum  designsprints  tools 
4 weeks ago by researchknowledge
Scrum in under 5 minutes - YouTube
Scrum is an approach for managing projects with more speed, flexibility and energy. Instead of relying on plans, documentation and meetings, you work with a dedicated team in short sprints towards your end result, using feedback from stakeholders along the way. Scrum is a flexible way of working, made for a rapidly changing world.
scrum  designsprints 
4 weeks ago by researchknowledge

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