At Lifely we adopted the 4-Day Design Sprint process, sometimes called Design Sprint 2.0. This adaption of the original 5-Day Design Sprint tries to make a Design Sprint a little less demanding on your time. But it still keeps the advantages of the Design Sprint process; creating focus, aligning disciplines, and delivering a validated solution.
Less demanding on your time means it requires you to be present the first full two days of the sprint, instead of five full days. After that, you can check in during the creation of the prototype and user testing.
So, what does a 4-Day Design Sprint look like?