As we’re nearing the end of week 6 of company wide home-office because of the worldwide pandemic, the entire team has been looking for ways to keep “business as usual” during these unprecedented times. While the nature of our work allows us to be easily digital, we certainly learned a lot from this new situation when it comes to collaboration and in this case — of running a design sprint fully remotely for the first time in the history of the company.

Don’t get us wrong, we’ve ran multiple design sprints in the past, but this is the first time we did it through video conferencing alone. As you may anticipate, it was certainly different and less straight-forward than doing it in-person, sharing the same room, experiencing the same atmosphere. Before I share with you how we did ours remotely, let me introduce the concept of design sprints. …


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