Computational Design Sprint
A Computational Design Sprint is a framework for rapidly addressing complex business challenges that helps to streamline creativity, accelerate design, and align teams within a time-boxed, data-driven environment.
A Computational Design Sprint is an iterative process consisting of four symbiotic phases:
Map the problem space and break the challenge down into smaller, discrete questions. Create shared knowledge and align the team on a common goal.
Generate a range of ideas, mindful of both feasibility and scope, but open to those not immediately apparent. Iterate concepts and hone-in on a single solution to prototype.
Build a prototype to validate or invalidate assumptions, or fill the gaps in our knowledge.
Test and validate the prototype with a select group of users. Based on findings, outline next steps.