Elevate your Design Sprint
Run a design sprint that engages your entire team, driving more productivity and insights. Ideate, design, and prototype all in one collaborative central workspace, and build products people will love.
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From research findings to prototypes, keep it all in one shared workspace
Easily create one design sprint board with all your materials, making it more accessible to teams. Say goodbye to tool switching, saving time and effort when running your sprints.
Why Miro is the tool for your design sprint
Organize your user research
Share your findings and make them easy to understand by centralizing and organizing research data onto a single Miro design sprint board. Add user insights and any other artifact that helps your team make sense of your data and research.
Create low-fidelity prototypes
Quickly create mockups, wireframes, and prototypes with Miro’s extensive Wireframe Library. Simply drag and drop icons, shapes, and components directly on the board and see your ideas come to life.
Reduce context switching
Create one central workspace for your team where you have wireframe, user research synthesis, and workshop materials readily available. Run your design sprint from start to finish all in one board.
Miro Assist for more creative work
Invite your team to brainstorm and test ideas, and unlock more creativity using Miro Assist. Gather input and organize ideas quicker than ever.
Use our five-day sprint process to help your team solve problems and test out new ideas.
Run the best possible Design Sprint with this Miro-exclusive template built by Jake Knapp, creator of the Design Sprint.
Tips on how to run a Design Sprint
Prep your board as a design sprint master, gathering all the information to support you.
Use a ready-made template
We have a Design Sprint Kit Template to help you get a head start.
Collaborate and co-create
Request instant feedback by adding comments and tagging teammates, and improve your processes collaboratively.
“Our teams use Jira for sprint and task management and Miro adds a visual layer. One board can hold several sprints, giving us a more global view.”
Design Sprint FAQs
What are the phases of a Design Sprint?
Design Sprints typically consist of five phases: Understand, Sketch, Decide, Prototype, and Test. The 'Understand' phase involves understanding the problem, business goals, and target audience. 'Sketch' is the brainstorming stage to generate solutions. The 'Decide' phase involves picking the most feasible solutions. The 'Prototype' phase is about creating a simplified model of the chosen solution, and finally, the 'Test' phase involves gathering feedback from users to validate or iterate the prototype.
What’s the difference between Agile and Design Sprint?
Agile is a project management and product development approach that prioritizes iterative progress, flexibility, and collaboration. It involves breaking down a project into smaller parts, referred to as "sprints" (usually 1-4 weeks), and continuously iterating based on feedback. On the other hand, a Design Sprint is a time-boxed process used to answer critical design questions through rapid prototyping and testing ideas. While both methodologies are similar in their iterative nature, Agile is generally a broader ongoing approach, while a Design Sprint is typically a one-time, focused, five-day process used to kickstart a project or solve a particular problem.
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