Enterprise Design Sprints by DesignBetter.Co

Spark collaborative innovation at companies big and small

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Enterprise Design Sprints by DesignBetter.Co is the essential guide to understanding how companies of any size can learn faster together and reduce risk.

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  • Richard Banfield
    Richard BanfieldCEO, Fresh Tilled Soil
    Pros: 

    Detailed and practical handbook for larger orgs and their teams.

    Cons: 

    Wish we could've added more case studies.

    This book is aimed at the larger organization that is looking to use Design Sprints to answer tough questions and build a strong culture of design. Combining the experience of master design sprint facilitators with case studies from some of the world's biggest brands.

    Richard Banfield has used this product for one week.

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Clark Valberg
Clark ValbergHunterHiring@clarkvalberg · CEO at InVisionApp.com
We’re pleased to introduce to the DesignBetter.Co library your guide to the essential process that sparks collaborative innovation at companies big and small—Enterprise Design Sprints. Using techniques to explore problems and test solutions quickly, design sprints provide the essential framework to creatively answer the critical business questions facing any company. Organizations like Google, AARP, and The Home Depot are proving design at even the largest enterprises can be nimble with the help of design sprints. This book was written by expert Richard Banfield, CEO and co-founder of Boston-based user experience agency Fresh Tilled Soil, and covers how implementing the five tried-and-true phases of design sprints help the most forward-thinking design teams in the world reduce risk, spark innovation, and bring more voices into the design process to make better products faster, and how you can do the same. Flip through the Enterprise Design Sprints now. Richard has created the essential guide to understanding how companies of any size can learn faster together and reduce risk. We hope it’s a valuable resource for you and your team as you use design to influence product development at your company. Share which chapter you plan to apply to your team’s workflow first, we can’t wait to hear what you think! Read the Enterprise Design Sprints. P.s. And yes, we do have plans to print these books in the future—stay tuned!
Richard Banfield
Richard Banfield@rmbanfield · CEO, Fresh Tilled Soil
I'm very excited to see the new book out in the wild. I've gathered several years of practical experience with large organizations and combined it with insights from top enterprise design groups to make this as useful and accessible as possible. If you're a product, design or UX person working in a big company there is a lot of delicious case studies to sink your teeth into. Please let me know if you have any questions or comments so we can make this the best enterprise design sprint resource on the web. It's been an absolute pleasure working with the InVision team on this book. As anyone who has written a book will know it can be an arduous task - not so with this team. A special thanks to @aarron and @elijahwoolery for their attention to detail and support.
Olivier Heitz
Olivier Heitz@snowfish2000 · Senior Product Designer
One of my fav topics recently! 🏃🏻‍♀️ Great you added it to the already impressive design library 😲
Contexto Academy
Contexto Academy@contextoacademy
Great design and efficient process. Could be use by SME, NGO and multinationals into multicultural context and remotely.
Raffi Muradyan@raffi_muradyan · B2B Marketing Manager
Looks great