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Topic: Iterating

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Jeff Gothelf

Scaling Lean: Project, Program, Portfolio

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Jeff Gothelf

What You’ll Learn

  • Understand objectives and key results (OKRs) that keep the customer at the center of the conversation, at all levels of your organization
  • Get four principles to stay customer-centric and evidence-based as teams and companies grow
  • Learn how to lead growing teams who are interested in working in a Lean/Agile way
  • Discover why there is no silver bullet to scaling Lean/Agile practices
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Carla Diana

Using Light, Sound and Motion in Your Design Palette

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Carla Diana

We are entering a time when automated, robotic products are becoming a day-to-day reality. The combination of affordable sensors, advances in robotics, and home network availability has enabled a new type of sophisticated smart object to enter our world in almost every aspect of daily life such as cooking, cleaning, entertainment, transportation, security and hygiene, to name a few. In this talk, product designer Carla Diana will provide a lively overview of the landscape of smart objects that exist today along with an exploration of the potential for new objects to be designed for the near future. She will discuss how holistic design methods using light, sound and motion can be used to build engaging product experiences that fully embrace the rich relationships among people, objects, and information. This talk will highlight ways to envision product experiences, followed by a discussion of design methodologies that can be used to explore and quickly iterate through ideas that arrive at human-centered concepts built around a specific product behaviors.

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Abby Covert

How To Make Sense of Any Mess

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Abby Covert

What You’ll Learn

  • Illustrate problems and solutions with diagrams that go beyond wireframes and sitemaps
  • Find the best taxonomy for your users through testing and iterating on your taxonomic choices
  • Choose the best tools and processes that help you make sense of complex subjects and situations
  • Communicate with your users consistently through controlled vocabularies
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Jeff Gothelf

A 5-Year Review of Lean UX

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Jeff Gothelf

What You’ll Learn

  • Agile UX: reduce confusion on agile teams and aim for good, iterative, user-centric designs
  • The brain of the agile process: create a foundation for evidence-based decisions—what to build, why, and how much design work is required
  • Possible in almost every environment: Lean UX is a framework capable of shaping itself to fit your needs
  • Ready for you to adopt: learn 2–3 tactics to share with your team and make the shift to integrate Lean UX
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Abi Jones

Helping Teams Become Design Independent

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Abi Jones

Abi Jones has always been about independence. She’s been helping folks feel capable from the very beginning—when she taught third grade. Abi’s more recent work on the MySpace redesign team and her current gig as an interaction designer for Google Books support that same goal: giving people confidence to tackle the hard challenges.

She recently worked with a Google team to design a flexible, reliable feedback system. Abi was reminded that jumping into a pre-existing team is hard—especially when it’s a team of engineers and you’re a designer. How do you define your role and create a model that works? How far do you take a design before production? How do you give them the skills to continue once you leave?

In her debut presentation, Abi will share how creating and modeling product principles, scoping iteration, and trusting specialists (like writers) are all part of the magic. You’ll hear about the challenges that reshaped her process.