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Remote sprints, misconceptions, and last call for the secret project

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January 3 · Issue #8 · View online
Design Sprint Newsletter
Howdy and happy new year!

Five things this week:

1. How Automattic runs remote design sprints
The makers of WordPress are a completely remote company, so it’s fun to see how they run design sprints. Read on Automattic.

2. How Pivotal Labs runs remote design sprints
This post includes some criticism of the design sprint book—hey, that’s cool!—and a nice hacked together whiteboard/webcam thing. Read on Medium.

3. 10 misconceptions about design sprints
Tim Höfer is one of my favorite design sprint commentators. Here are his top ten sprint-objection-busters. Read on Muzli.

4. Workshops in Los Angeles, Helsinki, Copenhagen, Stockholm
One of these things is not like the others. I’ll be in LA on Jan 25 and early bird sales end tomorrow—get tickets here. I’ll be in Helsinki, Copenhagen, and Stockholm in late February, and you can get Nordic tickets here.

5. Want to test read the intro of our new book?
It’s not about business or design, but we think you might like it. Try the first 30 pages and fill out a survey… I’m looking to collect all the feedback by January 10. Click here to sign up.

Thanks!
—Jake
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