Design is problem solving. The products we design are only ever as good as how we first define and understand the problems we are solving. When organizations need to change products fast – there is limited time for the design teams to do the activities needed to solve the problem and deliver a viable solution. Learn how you can get aligned with the key stakeholders on the personas, situations for these users, the business goals, and the problems found in products. At Wrike, we are improving our product experiences by working on focused design sprints to deliver a viable, tested and validated concept in a 5 day timeframe. We invite you to learn more about a lean approach to user experience design through a Design Sprint methodology.
CEO and Founder, Wrike
Andrew Filev began writing software during his childhood, and as a young entrepreneur in his early 20s, experienced the challenges organizations must overcome to scale a successful operation. To solve those challenges, in 2006 Andrew founded Wrike, a work management platform that helps teams and organizations collaborate and be more productive. Wrike now has over 450 employees and serves over 12,000 companies in 120 countries, and has raised a total of $26 million from leading venture capital firms including Bain Capital Ventures and Scale Venture Partners. Andrew’s writing has been featured in publications including Forbes, Inc, and The New York Times. He most recently was featured as a speaker at Web Summit in Dublin.