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  1. There are six stages or
    modes of a design sprint.
  2. And each of these stages solves
    an important part of the design process.
  3. The first phase is the understand phase.
  4. In this phase, you're trying to
    get clarity on the business goals,
  5. the problem you're solving for,
    technical feasibility, the market, and
  6. user needs.
  7. You've actually already been working on
    some of this throughout the first two
  8. lessons of the course.
  9. And there are other activities that
    you can do, which I'll cover later.
  10. The second stage is the define stage.
  11. In this stage, you might define the goal
    for the product or certain features.
  12. This might include the positioning,
    a user journey, or
  13. metrics related to the product or
    those certain features.
  14. We'll cover more about
    metrics in lesson 4.
  15. Now, this stage is similar to what
    Richard Fulcher was talking about when
  16. he mentioned tasks that
    are related to a user's goals.
  17. For example, a user may search for
    a particular grocery item
  18. in our shopping app, which would be
    then added to the cart for purchase.
  19. The third stage is the diverge stage.
  20. In this stage, you want to create
    as many solutions as you can
  21. to the original design challenge.
  22. And this is the stage where you really
    get to unleash your creativity.
  23. It's the fun part.
  24. The fourth stage is the decide stage,
    and in this stage,
  25. you really just want to deliberate
    about the ideas that you came up with
  26. in the previous diverge stage, refine
    those, and then choose the best one or
  27. some combination of the ideas so that
    way you get a best possible product.
  28. The fifth stage is
    the prototyping stage.
  29. In this stage, you want to actually
    create and build the wireframes,
  30. the mockups, or the prototypes that
    you'll actually test with real users.
  31. These are the deliverables
    of the design sprint.
  32. And finally,
    the last stage is the validation stage.
  33. In this stage, you really want to
    test your products with real users.
  34. You're testing your wireframes,
    your mockups, or your prototypes, to
  35. determine whether or not the hypotheses,
    or your risky assumptions are true.
  36. You're trying to figure out whether or
    not you have the right product, and
  37. whether or not it's usable.
  38. So there you have it,
    the six stages of a design sprint.
  39. Understand, define, diverge,
    decide, prototype, and validate.
  40. Throughout this lesson, Amir will
    interview a design sprint master
  41. at Google and
    talk more about each of these stages.
  42. I'll follow those videos by
    describing activities that you can do
  43. with each of these stages.
  44. As you watch the videos, think about
    which activities might be helpful for
  45. your specific design challenge.