Intro to Google Design Sprints
workshop – Half day (4h) | Feb 5 – 2pm | UW - MHCI+D Fireplace Room
Expand your UX toolbox with the Google Design Sprint methodology
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Many people are familiar with Design Sprints from the GV book Sprint, a fantastic resource for people looking to learn how to run their own Sprints. Inside Google we teach a slightly different flavor of the methodology which is optimized for working within a larger organization. In this 4 hour workshop, you will have the opportunity to try out the Google Design Sprint methodology, in order to build muscle memory, gain familiarity with the methods, and walk away with a set of tools you can incorporate into your product development process. We will cover the framework, when to use Sprints and what they can accomplish. (More on our website here https://designsprintkit.withgoogle.com/)
Kai Haley is a UX designer leading the Design Relations team at Google, which supports design excellence for designers and developers building on Google’s platforms. She is one of the founders and leads of the Sprint Master Academy, and has trained over 300 Sprint Masters to drive innovation across Google’s diverse product areas. She is passionate about design thinking and inspiring the UX community to effectively utilize Design Sprints for speed and innovation. Prior to starting the Design Relations team, she applied her UX expertise to create monetization opportunities in Google search for the Search Ads Team. She earned a Masters Degree in Design from CCA, where she focused on sustainable design practices and creating positive impact in the world.