Learn to run design and content sprints

Design and content sprints are the key to bringing together product owners, designers, researchers, content strategists, and other disciplines into one tight-knit team. They’re a mix of content strategy, behavioural science, UX and more, in a process anyone can use.

Sprints make it possible to compress months of work into a week or less. Instead of waiting to find out if an idea will work, you can get early feedback from a design and content prototype. Teams can use sprints to look ahead at how things will work or break, based on audience reaction. And all without building fully featured, expensive products.

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Oliver Lindberg

Oliver is an independent editor, content consultant and founder of Pixel Pioneers. Formerly the editor of net magazine, he has been involved with the web design and development industry for more than a decade and helps businesses across the world create content that connects with their customers. He is passionate about content, user experience, accessibility and designing for social good.