One of our core attempts at Visual Meta is to improve our product and keep on evolving in every possible way. In order to do so we organized an in-house 2-days-design-sprint-workshop to learn how to design a feature or a component in the most user-centric way. It started with us defining our 2-year goal or vision and trickling down to questions that might help to get there. We had the opportunity to talk to real users before coming up with the solution to gather pain points, but also afterwards to test if the solution was viable. It was an intense week, we learned a bunch, and it was extremely rewarding!