Design Sprint 2.0 Workshop - You are invited!

Hosted by IxDF San Francisco
Nov 3rd, 2018
2:00pm - 5:00pm (UTC -07:00)
California College of the Arts, Room E4, 1111 8th Street, San Francisco, San Francisco, California
4 IxDF Members (and some non-members) are attending
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Dear IxDF SF members,

We are excited to announce a workshop you have long been waiting for! Join us to learn how Fortune 500 companies like Google, LEGO, Uber, Airbnb and many others solve problems faster and more effectively than anyone else with Design Sprint 2.0

What’s in it for you:

  • Get hands-on experience with key exercises
  • Learn about Design Sprint methodology for problem solving
  • Meet other members of the IxDF SF community
Saturday, November 3rd 2-5pm PST

Room East 4, California College of the Arts, 1111 8th Street, San Francisco, CA 94107

What you will learn:

  • What is Design Sprint
  • What is Design Sprint 2.0
  • Key differences and why choose one over another
  • Design Sprint core principles and Ground Rules
  • How to prepare for a Design Sprint 2.0 as a Facilitator
You will also get hands-on experience with all exercises of Day 1 and Day 2 of the Sprint 2.0!

Exercises of Day 1 where you will Define the Challenge and Produce Solutions:

  • Conducting Expert interviews and taking HMW notes
  • Setting long-term goals and identifying sprint questions
  • Creating a map
  • Doing lightning demos and 4-part sketching

Exercises of Day 2 where you will Vote on solutions and Create a Storyboard:
  • Presenting a Solution
  • Straw poll and Decider voting
  • Creating a user test flow and a Storyboard

Why you need it:
Design Sprint is quickly entering mainstream with Fortune 500 companies adopting it as their go-to methodology for innovation and problem solving. Why miss your opportunity?.. Learn more at

This workshop is FREE for members of Interaction Design Foundation San Francisco.
Spaces are strictly limited and we will take reservations on the first come, first served basis (Hint: sign up quickly).

Sign up here >>>

We look forward to seeing you at the workshop!

Tioma Artsem Zhaliazniak and Pooja Vijay Kumar,
Local Leaders of Interaction Design Foundation San Francisco

Meet-Up Discussion

Hi all! Please use this discussion thread to discuss Design Sprint 2.0 Workshop - You are invited! held on Nov 3, 2018. Feel free to ask questions about the place, date and time, agenda of the meeting, or anything else.

The notes say day 1 and 2 is it a two day event

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I was wondering the same thing... The event info says 1 day, 3 hours, but the description sounds like 2 full days.

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