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 lead trainers for Sprint Master Academy and has spent the last 2 years training over 200 Sprint Masters 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 spent 3.5 years on the Search Ads Team applying her UX expertise to creating monetization opportunities in Google Search. She earned a Masters Degree in Design from CCA, where she focused on sustainable design.
May 10th, 2017 | 44 mins 43 secs
Do you have a product that needs improvement, or a process to define? Is your team looking for a way to generate and test new ideas quickly? The Design Sprint process, created at Google, is a structured way to explore a problem, create a solution, and get user feedback, all in five days or less. Join Kai Haley (@kaihaley), who teaches sprint facilitation at Google, and Zeke Binion (@ebinion), who has run many sprints, as they show Noel Rappin (@noelrap) how to use Design Sprints.