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In just two hours, Bear Douglas offers an overview of this new interface model and walks you through designing and prototyping a bot, following the Design Sprint methodology: understanding the domain, defining a use case you want to solve, brainstorming solutions, deciding on the solution you want to implement, prototyping a design, and doing usability testing. You’ll leave with a design for a useful and delightful bot that you can start building right away.
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