Design Sprints

Design Sprint Process
  • All devices — phones, laptops away until the day’s goal end.
  • Sticky notes of various colors, 3 sets of sketch pens, chrome labels of two colors for voting, a stopwatch.
  • Team — Not more than 12 members.
Prototyping ideas during Design Sprint
  • Active user: A user who logged any active event.
  • New user: An active user who logged any event for the first time. A user will be counted as new for one full interval after their first event is received by Amplitude. For example, if your usage interval is set to 7 days, and a user was new on January 1st, they will be considered new for any events they perform between January 1 — January 7.
  • Current user: An active user who was active in the previous time period (day, week, or month). For example, a user who was active on January 1st and January 2nd would be considered a current user on January 2nd for a daily lifecycle chart.
  • Resurrected user: An active user who was not active for the previous interval (day, week, or month), or longer. For example, a user who was not active on January 1st, but performed an event on January 2nd would be considered a resurrected user on January 2nd for a daily lifecycle chart.
  • Dormant user: A user who did not log any active event but was active in the previous time period (day, week, or month). For example, a user who was active on January 1st but not active on January 2nd would be considered a dormant user on January 2nd.

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I write about Dance, Fitness, Relationships, Product reviews and the self. My goal is to write something that will inspire or touch the heart and soul ❤

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