Is Design Sprint effective without experience in UX UI?
Speaking of experience in UX UI design, I want to clarify that I have none. This article describes my first steps towards the world of UX UI and how a one-week Design Sprint methodology influenced my path.
At Neoland, the Madrid based academy where I attend a 3-months Bootcamp, the first week is completely and fearlessly dedicated to total immersion in a Design Sprint. Many of us have never heard of this methodology and the knowledge in the UX UI world is practically nil. Not to mention that all the students have known each other for a few days.
In short, a blind date with the desire to innovate.
The questions I asked myself after this experience are:
“Did this jump in the dark help me?”
“Is it a methodology in which we can move without prior knowledge?”
“Am I satisfied with the time I spent?”
Let’s find out. 🙂
I admit that the goal of the Design Sprint was very challenging.
And I’m addicted to challenges.
The Goal: “How to improve the user experience in comparing political programmes?”
I don’t think there could be a hotter topic than this, especially considering that the next election was just over a few weeks away. ( and that many people these days hardly get well informed and often express political opinions without really knowing what they are talking about. Including myself )
Political Programmes: a battlefield to win voters with promising statements. But have you ever read one?