After the Sprint

The right post-processing

We finished our design sprint! Now it is time to reflect and to document our findings. Your team has gathered many problems, ideas and solutions over a period of six days. Now it is time to capture those findings and that – we are sorry to inform you – is entirely your job as host of the design sprint.

Your document should contain the answers to the following questions.

  • What did we learn?
  • What went wrong?
  • What can we improve? 

It is helpful to photograph the dozens of whiteboards and cards on which we have written. The photos should be provided with helpful notes.

  • What insight have we gained? But even more decisive is what didn’t work out.
  • What problems did we encounter during the organisation?
  • What was missing? Asking for feedback from participants can be helpful.
  • How can the next Design Sprint be even more successful?

Note down your recommendations. It is important that the documentation is meaningful and records the important aspects. However, it should not be too long. The documentation is also used to answer questions that might arise in the future.

  • What are the next steps?
  • Does the prototype have the potential to become a product?

These are the following questions to ask yourself. The design sprint has created a strong foundation to build upon.


The H2pro3 sprint

After we completed the H2pro3 sprint, the findings were clustered and digitized.
The documentation was shared with the participants. It also provided us a reference guide for the further project development.

As organizers, it was possible to improve the process of the design sprint even further through our learnings and with the help of feedback from the participants.

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