Another difference I see between the Design Sprint methodology and the Lean and agile methodologies is who is involved.
Lean and Agile seem to focus on just the designers. The Sprint book seems to suggest that a diversity of roles is important (support, design, product, engineering, business, etc)
Great point. It seems like Adobe is working on that with it’s combination of Adobe Comp for iPad and Adobe Experience Design on the desktop.
That being said, I prefer the idea of smaller apps focused on one or two things. But that’s possibly more of a philosophical difference.
That’s a good question. I switched from Photoshop about a year and a half ago. It’s mainly focused on interface design, so it doesn’t have as many complex shape and geometry features. That being said, the features it does have in that area seem to be well designed.
Hey Indi, Thanks for the article. It was thoroughly debated among my friends and at the company I work at. I agree that most of the demographic information you talked about is rarely important, and brings with it assumptions.
I had a follow-up question though. One of the benefits of personas is that they help you keep the…