The one place to learn online how to plan and execute your own Design Sprints.
Learn online the skills and tools you need to plan and execute your own Design Sprint, get certified, and join a global ever growing community of Design Sprint Masters.
At Design Sprint School students learn two approaches to Design Sprint: Google Ventures (SPRINT) and The MVS, Minimum Valuable Service (THE SERVICE STARTUP). The program offers the foundational knowledge and the practical experience you will need to become a Design Sprint Master and run your own sprints.
During the four weeks, students go through a well-balanced mix of theory and practice. Participants will run their own Design Sprint...Read more
During the four-week program we will present a balance of theory and practice. Participants will run their own Design Sprint while also playing the role of user for another participant.This is what...Read more
|Start Date||Rolling Dates|
|Class Size||50 students|
|Commitment||6 hours in class/wk|
1. Flexible to be completed at own pace
2. Able to interact with participants from around the world while saving on travelling costs
3. Going through both GV model and MVS model in 1 certification
4. Feedback was quite fast
5. Rich content, engaging discussions
6. Exposed to new prototyping methods - using paper to prototype apps
1. Online will still never replace face to face interaction
2. Comparatively, GV model was given less emphasis
Design Sprint School
Thanks for your review, it's awesome to see you really enjoyed your experience with us. We strive to treat both models in the same way during the program, which means we aim to cover them to their full length, end to end. Students choose one model in the beginning and they stick to it during the program, this means all the mentorship hours are dedicated to helping the student succeed with that specific model they chose. The GV is a more practical, hit the ground running, activity-to-activity type of approach. The MVS requires a bit more of design theory to play around with because of its Service Design inheritance. We try to round the content to accommodate both scenarios in order to prepare students to run their own sprints with fluidity regardless of the model they choose. We would love to hear from you regarding what gave you that impression and what do you think we can do to improve. Please, if you feel like, reach out in the Slack community or via the school service emails you have and help us iterate and improve. Thanks a lot for the review!
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