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Design Sprint Kit Template

Facilitate a design sprint with this ready-to-use kit

About the Design Sprint Kit template

Why use the Design Sprint Kit template?

Remote Design Sprint Facilitators can use this kit to maintain the spirit of a co-located Design Sprint by using virtual Sprint supplies & prepared whiteboards.

Bonus: The kit can also be used by product teams to digitally document all of the sticky notes and paper used during a co-located Design Sprint.

What do you get with the Design Sprint Kit?

Supplies:

  • Voting dots

  • HMW and Feedback sticky notes

  • Masking Tape 

  • (Don’t forget to add a 

  •  to your board!)

Monday:

  • HMW Clusters (for expert interview notes review and voting)

  • User Journey Map template 

Wednesday: 

  • Art Gallery (for display of Tuesday’s sketches and voting)

  • Storyboard template

Friday: 

  • User Feedback board (to capture user feedback on Friday’s prototype)

Design Sprint Kit Template

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