Jerlyn Jareunpoon-Phillips

Visual Designer


Jerlyn Jareunpoon-Phillips

About Jerlyn Jareunpoon-Phillips

Jerlyn is a visual designer interested in user-centred digital product and service design. At Clearleft, Jerlyn helps improve the way businesses engage with their customers. She uses design to make the complex look clear and meaningful to end users.

Jerlyn started designing visual interfaces for digital tools and platforms when she worked in Hamburg for NikSoftware in 2008. As well as designing software for Nikon that retouched digital images, and creating plugins for Photoshop, they worked on their own products, one of which eventually became the app called Snapseed that was later purchased by Google.

Later she was the creative director for a digital and branding agency in London, working with clients in finance, aerospace and energy.

Jerlyn is an art lover, spinach pie cooker, banana bread maker, certified Vinyasa Flow yoga instructor, TM meditation practitioner, and a voracious reader of books about design thinking and theory.


Design Sprints 102. On The Road To Mastery

Design sprints are a popular and powerful way to accelerate design, unblock problems and investigate new ideas. They are also fraught with challenges for the design sprint facilitator. From creating an environment for fast-paced creativity and critique to maintaining momentum and stamina in the team, through to the diplomacy needed to make a myriad of design decisions.

How do you successfully get a team to use design thinking skills to create and test valuable solutions to critical problems in a tight timeframe?

This practical workshop will help you move from being able to run a good design sprint to facilitating a great design sprint.

Join Jerlyn and Chris to learn (and practice) some techniques, tips and secrets gained from running numerous design sprints, that go beyond the book, to enhance your next design sprint.

You’ll come away from this workshop able to:

  • Convince your organisation in the value of doing more design sprints

  • Guide your team towards better problem framing

  • Introduce inventive generative research techniques into your sprints

  • Facilitate more creative sketching sessions

  • Keep the sprint momentum going after it’s over

  • Identify the hidden dangers of a design sprint

Who’s it for:

If you’ve read Jake Knapp’s Design Sprint book and are interested in levelling-up your own knowledge and expertise, this hands-on workshop is for designers who have been involved in a Design Sprint before or have run their own.