My First Google Design Sprint - LA 2019

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to help facilitate my first Design Sprint at Google! The event was for outsiders and we worked with some of the best marketing and design minds in California.

The Design Sprint format was pretty standard, but we compressed it all into a day. In the morning session, Googlers gave lightning talks. Below are some pictures I took of Indre, who spoke about Accessibility in UX; and Phil, who gave a broader overview of Mobile Web.

Here’s Indre presenting on Accessibility!

Here’s Indre presenting on Accessibility!

And Phil, who kept the audience at attention during his Mobile Web presentation.

And Phil, who kept the audience at attention during his Mobile Web presentation.

In the afternoon, I also presented in a breakout session on A/B Testing best practices, and hope to get photos to share soon.

At the end of the sprint, we gathered teams into smaller groups to share their learnings. Here, the team shared their prototype they designed on mobile! That was pretty impressive, and I’m hoping that they implement what they designed and learned from the Sprint.

Check in for any updates for the next Design Sprint coming up…fall is a busy time and things are about to get into full swing!