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The Dirt: 10 Things to know when planning a Design Sprint

We get a lot of questions around what to expect when it comes to Design Sprints. Some clients have studied up on design thinking methodology and maybe even flipped through the O’Reilly book on Design Sprints, while others have only heard the…

The Dirt: What can a Design Sprint help us do?

In this episode of The Dirt – our first in quite some time – Fresh Tilled Soil Design Strategists Jill Starett and C. Todd Lombardo discuss one of the most common questions we hear: “What can a Design Sprint help us do?”. The…

Product Hero: Emily Rawitsch

Product Hero is our bi-weekly series to highlight outstanding members of the product management community. These industry leaders share tips on processes, team building, how to be a better product manager, and who they are outside of their careers. This week our…

All the materials you need to run a Design Sprint

Design sprint planning can get a bit messy. Buying the materials you need for the sprint should be the step you spend the least amount of brainpower on. To help you focus on aligning schedules, selecting the challenge you want to solve,…

Product Hero: Talin Wadsworth

Product Hero is our bi-weekly series to highlight outstanding members of the product management community. These industry leaders share tips on processes, team building, how to be a better product manager, and who they are outside of their careers. This week our…

Making the most of AUX

All of the following is my opinion on how to get the most out of the AUX program. Any amount of it may be wrong. Tactical Software tools First, turn off desktop notifications on Slack for everything except direct messages. Get familiar…

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