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Why Your Design Sprints Always End in Tears

Don’t let these common mistakes trip up your sprint

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WWhen I was a kid, I watched Julia Child make hundreds of omelets. She’d melt what looked like a pound of butter, effortlessly crack a few eggs into a bowl, whisk them, and in the blink of an eye — an omelet would seemingly blink into existence on a plate. Voila.




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