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A Greener Chipotle
User Experience Sprint Project Book

Chipotle, much like many other restaurants, has taken steps to reduce its environmental impact and increase recycling efforts.

One way Chipotle has worked to reduce waste is by using compostable and recyclable materials in its packaging. For example, their bowls and cups are made from paper, and their napkins and utensils are made from compostable materials. They have also taken steps to decrease its initial packaging usage. In addition, Chipotle has implemented recycling programs in many of its restaurants. They have provided recycling bins for customers to use, as well as trained employees on how to properly recycle and compost.


It's worth noting that, while Chipotle is actively striving to reduce waste and promote recycling, there remains ample room for improvement.


During our UX sprint, we identified promising opportunities for Chipotle to explore alternative packaging materials, such as biodegradable or compostable options, which would be easier to recycle. Additionally, they could continue to educate their customers on how to properly dispose of their waste and collaborate with their suppliers to reduce packaging within their supply chain.

One of the most enjoyable byproducts of our teamwork was our regular Chipotle orders, as we explored their menu offerings and exchanged our culinary insights!



Portfolio example of user experience design sprint project book includes these methodologies:

• Assumptions Map • Value Proposition Map • Success Metrics • Persona

• Learn & Testing Cards • User Interviews • Customer Journey Map

• Crazy 8 • Challenge Definition • Prototype (Figma) • User Testing • Project Book

Sprint Phases:

• Discovery • Define • Develop • Delivery. 

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Prototype 1

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