March Google Design Sprint Workshop + Dinner

March 21, 2017
3:00pm - 7:00pm

Join us for a workshop on Google's Design Sprint. We'll teach you how to prototype and test a new product in five days — and we'll spring for dinner!

Making a product that your customers love isn't easy. Many companies spend weeks building products only to learn that their customers won't adopt it. What if you could learn in days instead of weeks?

During this hands-on workshop our design team will take you behind the scenes of Google Design Sprints, a 5-day process that some of the most innovative tech companies in the world use for rapid product innovation.

Participating in a Design Sprint focuses the effort of your team on a clearly defined problem, empowers the team to generate many creative ideas, and ensures your building the right product before wasting valuable time and money. Design Sprints are useful starting points when kicking off a new feature, workflow, product, business or solving problems with an existing product.

In our afternoon together, we will explain how the sprint process works and will simulate the experience itself - so you can create, prototype, and test an idea for a new mobile app with real users. After the hands-on workshop, our company chef will prepare a homemade dinner so you can mingle with our design team and ask questions about the design sprint experience in practice.

Whether you’re an entrepreneur, project manager, developer, designer or don't have experience making digital products—you'll walk-away with an understanding of how to ideate, prototype, and test a big idea in just 5-days.


Working Schedule

  • 3 - 6pm: Google Design Sprint Introduction and Hands on Workshop
  • 6 - 7pm: Dinner + Q&A

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