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Overview

In April of 2022, we were engaged by the Netsweeper team to see if we would be a good fit to work with them to develop a new product called OnGuard. This monitoring platform would help educational staff monitor their students school-provided computers, for content that could help alert them to issues with their students.

Initial Scoping

Our team of lead developers, a product manager and a designer sat down with Netsweepers stakeholders and conducted a number of scoping and fact-finding meetings. Once we gained understanding of their customers, tech stack and vision, we were able to provide them with next steps which involved a number of design exercises, while the tech architecture was developed.

An example of story-mapping
An example of a userflow

Story Mapping & User Flows

These exercises help our teams build a shared understanding of what we were delivering for the MVP of the product. It also helped build a backlog of features that would be prioritized for subsequent releases. Once the MVP features were locked, we moved on to building out user-flows for the most important features in the application. This gave everyone a blueprint to work from for how users would interact with the application, before a single thought was put to how it would look.

Design & Prototyping

These exercises help our teams build a shared understanding of what we were delivering for the MVP of the product. It also helped build a backlog of features that would be prioritized for subsequent releases. Once the MVP features were locked, we moved on to building out user-flows for the most important features in the application. This gave everyone a blueprint to work from for how users would interact with the application, before a single thought was put to how it would look.

An example of a Figma document with a lot of artboards of different UI
An example of a document with lines of code.

Development

These exercises help our teams build a shared understanding of what we were delivering for the MVP of the product. It also helped build a backlog of features that would be prioritized for subsequent releases. Once the MVP features were locked, we moved on to building out user-flows for the most important features in the application. This gave everyone a blueprint to work from for how users would interact with the application, before a single thought was put to how it would look.

Feedback & Ongoing Feature Work

These exercises help our teams build a shared understanding of what we were delivering for the MVP of the product. It also helped build a backlog of features that would be prioritized for subsequent releases. Once the MVP features were locked, we moved on to building out user-flows for the most important features in the application. This gave everyone a blueprint to work from for how users would interact with the application, before a single thought was put to how it would look.

An example of an app with a timeline view of ongoing projects.
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Overview

In April of 2022, we were engaged by the Netsweeper team to see if we would be a good fit to work with them to develop a new product called OnGuard. This monitoring platform would help educational staff monitor their students school-provided computers, for content that could help alert them to issues with their students.

Initial Scoping

Our team of lead developers, a product manager and a designer sat down with Netsweepers stakeholders and conducted a number of scoping and fact-finding meetings. Once we gained understanding of their customers, tech stack and vision, we were able to provide them with next steps which involved a number of design exercises, while the tech architecture was developed.

An example of story-mapping
An example of a userflow

Story Mapping & User Flows

These exercises help our teams build a shared understanding of what we were delivering for the MVP of the product. It also helped build a backlog of features that would be prioritized for subsequent releases. Once the MVP features were locked, we moved on to building out user-flows for the most important features in the application. This gave everyone a blueprint to work from for how users would interact with the application, before a single thought was put to how it would look.

Design & Prototyping

These exercises help our teams build a shared understanding of what we were delivering for the MVP of the product. It also helped build a backlog of features that would be prioritized for subsequent releases. Once the MVP features were locked, we moved on to building out user-flows for the most important features in the application. This gave everyone a blueprint to work from for how users would interact with the application, before a single thought was put to how it would look.

An example of a Figma document with a lot of artboards of different UI
An example of a document with lines of code.

Development

These exercises help our teams build a shared understanding of what we were delivering for the MVP of the product. It also helped build a backlog of features that would be prioritized for subsequent releases. Once the MVP features were locked, we moved on to building out user-flows for the most important features in the application. This gave everyone a blueprint to work from for how users would interact with the application, before a single thought was put to how it would look.

Feedback & Ongoing Feature Work

These exercises help our teams build a shared understanding of what we were delivering for the MVP of the product. It also helped build a backlog of features that would be prioritized for subsequent releases. Once the MVP features were locked, we moved on to building out user-flows for the most important features in the application. This gave everyone a blueprint to work from for how users would interact with the application, before a single thought was put to how it would look.

An example of an app with a timeline view of ongoing projects.
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