Make meaningful progress with remote design sprints

About this event

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Design sprints are a great way to bring your team together to focus on a single problem. But what if your team and stakeholders can’t make it to the same place?

Steven Sampson-Jones, Delivery Principal at Made Tech, will share insights into how our teams planned and ran a fully remote design sprint and hackathon, including the advantages, disadvantages, and surprises.

We’ll cover:

  • What design sprints are 
  • How remote design sprints work in practice
  • How design sprints can integrate with agile delivery frameworks
  • Interactive design thinking exercises (bring a pen and paper if you’d like to sketch along)
  • Accessible Miro design sprint templates which you can use in your own projects right away!

How this session will run:

  • Free to attend!
  • Hosted and recorded via Zoom Meetings
  • Questions and answers at the end
  • We’ll ask for feedback after the event

Date and time

Thursday, 20 April 2023

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm BST

Location

Online

Speakers

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Steven Sampson-Jones

Principal Delivery Manager at Made Tech

Steven Sampson-Jones is a public sector agile consultant and visual facilitator. With a passion for transformation and a decade experience in the industry, he’s developed a deep understanding of the challenges faced by the public sector.

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