Want an example? This is product design with Scrum
Meanwhile, my 1st internship day at Mindnow was a while ago and today I can proudly call myself "UX Strategist". As such, I take on the role of Product Owner on our agile projects. One of my first own projects was the Tool Cycle Report. The example fits perfectly here, because not only did we work on it according to the Scrum method, but the tool itself serves to make the Scrum process even better.
Cycle Report is a communication tool. It shows all processes clearly in an automated way and enables stakeholders to have full transparency of what is happening in the project - an essential part of the "Mindnow Method".
Okay, that 1.5 years pass from the idea to the beta launch is rather unusual in Scrum. This was due to the fact that we recognized a much larger need than originally anticipated. But that's also what agile work is about - we adapt to new circumstances, and so an idea for Mind Now's internal use turned into a product that was tested to the limit on the open market.
You can read more about this in my project report on Cycle Report.
However, projects can also go very quickly at Mindnow. This is proven by the example of car subscription provider Premcars. Within only 2 sprints of 2 weeks each, a 6-person Scrum team created an entire website, including a product catalog and a wizard quiz. For this project it was essential to work as efficiently as possible within the shortest possible time - which was achieved wonderfully with the Scrum method.
I myself looked over the Premcars team's shoulder as an intern. Although Cycle Report didn't exist at that time, I know that our customer Premcars naturally had insight into the project at all times and could set priorities accordingly. This is exactly what Scrum is all about, as I know all too well by now.