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This article is part four in the How to Build Fast series. Read part one on team culture here, part two from a Product Manager’s perspective here, and part three from an Engineer’s perspective here.

This article provides specific tactics that can help designers optimize their time, making the design process faster and more efficient.

Establish a lightning-fast workflow

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Discovery

Discovery serves to derisk, validate, and accelerate new product development. By viewing customer jobs, pains, and gains through the lens of product, we are able to identify opportunities in both new and existing categories, before testing concepts through prototyping.

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Delivery

Delivery allows us to partner with our clients to build and release high-quality products to market, as well as optimize and scale existing products. Because software products are never finished.

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Strategy & Enablement

Strategy & Enablement is designed to embed a product DNA into our clients’ organizations, educate them on the Product Thinking best practices, and empower the creation of their own long-term systems of success through workshops, product clinics, and training sessions.

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This article is part four in the How to Build Fast series. Read part one on team culture here, part two from a Product Manager’s perspective here, and part three from an Engineer’s perspective here.

This article provides specific tactics that can help designers optimize their time, making the design process faster and more efficient.

Establish a lightning-fast workflow

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Establish a lighting-fast workflow

This article is part four in the How to Build Fast series. Read part one on team culture here, part two from a Product Manager’s perspective here, and part three from an Engineer’s perspective here.

This article provides specific tactics that can help designers optimize their time, making the design process faster and more efficient.

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