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Large buttons and arrows reading “Click here right now!” And “You’ll never believe what happens next!”

A sprint is when a company or team dedicates a certain amount of time (around 2-4 weeks) to work on a specific project at full speed.

A sprint is when a company or team dedicates a certain amount of time (around 2-4 weeks) to work on a specific project at full speed.

Photo of Ron Bronson from the UX Research Conference in Toronto

A sprint is when a company or team dedicates a certain amount of time (around 2-4 weeks) to work on a specific project at full speed.

11/22/2020

Illustration of a person holding a coffee back looking at digital feeds in the distance.

A sprint is when a company or team dedicates a certain amount of time (around 2-4 weeks) to work on a specific project at full speed.

11/18/2020

Slider showing range from male to female to represent diversity in UI design

A sprint is when a company or team dedicates a certain amount of time (around 2-4 weeks) to work on a specific project at full speed.

Typographical visual reading, "Ok, Boomers, we failed you"

A sprint is when a company or team dedicates a certain amount of time (around 2-4 weeks) to work on a specific project at full speed.

A hand gesturing a swipe without touching the screen in a groceries shopping app

A sprint is when a company or team dedicates a certain amount of time (around 2-4 weeks) to work on a specific project at full speed.

Product redesign using the dedesign approach

A sprint is when a company or team dedicates a certain amount of time (around 2-4 weeks) to work on a specific project at full speed.

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