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My process can be described best in the framework of a design sprint.
On any given day I may be working on one or more of these phases across multiple teams, channels, and projects playing various design, UX, collaborative, or management roles.
PHASES | PLAN, UNDERSTAND, SKETCH, DECIDE, PROTOTYPE, VALIDATE, FOLLOW UP
FUN FACTS ABOUT MY EXPERIENCE WITH DESIGN LEAD WORKSHOPS
During my time as a Sr. UX Design IBM consultant for Google - NYC in 2014 -2015, I learned how to apply what I do every day as a designer in a constrained format called Design Thinking
After converting to becoming a Googler in 2015, part of my role on the internal design team was to become a trained and active member of the Sprint Master team, Google's version of Design Thinking.
Over the 3 years as a Googler 2015- 2018, I designed, facilitated, and participated in 13 Design sprints ranging from participant groups of 6 - 27 leading to multiple product launches and a promotion
Currently at Indeed, I've influenced how we help people get jobs with these methods, establishing workshop guidelines and leading teams through these methods. In addition, revised my methods with a fully remote versions given the latest COVID -19 challenges.