Google Design Sprints & How to Validate an Idea in Just 4 Days
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The words agile and scrum are the latest corporate buzzwords. It seems that if you are not using them, you are behind with the times. Do you have a problem that your company / your team is trying to solve? How long do you think it will take to arrive at a solution? 1 year? 6 months? 3 months? What would happen if you could make strategic decisions in just 4 days? With the Google Design Sprint, it's possible.
In this talk, Ethan Parry, UX Researcher & Service Designer at Hanzo, will share with us his personal experience of applying the Google Sprint Design Sprint in various projects around the world, explain the process itself, and give attendees a taste as to what it is like to participate in one.
- Learn about the Google Design Sprint process and when it to use it
- Hear some Sprint success stories
- Lightning Decision Jam (where attendees will have the opportunity to put into practice some of the Sprint concepts)
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Those who work in:
Or are simply interested in learning the methodology and how they can apply it to their day-to-day work
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Ethan Parry is a UX Researcher & Service Designer in Hanzo. In his time in Barcelona and Silicon Valley, Parry has worked with companies such as Innocells (Banco Sabadell), Adobe, Google, Dell Boomi, among others. He has led workshops and given presentations about UX design, research, and innovation methodologies in Spain, Peru, Colombia, and the United States. Parry currently teaches at ESD, Barcelona Technology School, and UXER School. He has a master's in interaction design from ELISAVA.