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Design Sprint Template: How to validate ideas in record time

Prototype

When all your sketches, ideas, decisions comes together into a realistic prototype you can test with customers.

Great work! You’ve identified a problem and sketched some compelling solutions. You’re ready to prototype a working solution.

The goal is to create a facade that
appears
to work, just enough to
demonstrate to a customer what a real solution might look and feel like.

Step 1: Choose your prototype tools

Choose which tools you’ll use to create your prototype. Err on using very lightweight tools, such as:


Step 2: Divide up the prototype and assign roles

Prototype Step
Who
Status
1
Landing page
MJ
Mary Jones
Feeling confident
2
Checkout button
LT
Lola Tseudonym
Blocked
3
Zapier integration
PR
Polly Rose
Ready for feedback
4
Success email
BD
Buck Dubois
Feeling confident
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Step 3: Work on the prototype for...
120
mins...Ready, go!

Set timer for:
000
120
minutes
1
Start timer
Reset
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Time left:
120 mins



Key Prototype Links

Link to prototype...


Step 4: Practice runs

Run through the stitched-together prototypes and provide feedback. Iterate and repeat as many times as needed.

Add feedback

Who
Feedback
Piece
Resolved?
1
FM
Can we increase the text size on the landing page?
Landing page
2
MM
The checkout button isn’t clickable for me....is this a bug?
Checkout button
3
PR
Is it possible to make the button text dynamic?
Checkout button
4
BD
So smooth! Love this
Zapier integration
5
JH
The email has a small type in it:
finihs
should be finish
Success email
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