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Designing at Scale: Lessons learned from a Director of UX at Google

Thursday 30th September 5pm BST // 12pm EDT // 9am PDT

What does it take to work in developer tooling?

Join our fireside chat with special guest, Elizabeth Churchill, Director of User Experience at Google, and host Janna Bastow, CEO of ProdPad and inventor of the Now/Next/Later roadmap.

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About this webinar

In this fireside chat, Elizabeth Churchill and Janna Bastow will explore developer tooling and how to stay lean and experiment driven. You’ll walk away with instant insights and tips that you can start using in your day-to-day product world.

In this session they’ll also cover:

  • How to execute research and innovation at scale (both in terms of large user bases, and large teams)
  • How to stay lean and experiment driven
  • What it takes to work in developer tooling
  • How to deal with competing needs, from finding and solving basic problems through to accessibility
  • And so much more!

About Our Guest Speaker

Elizabeth Churchill is a Director of UX at Google. With a background in psychology, Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science, she draws on social, computer, engineering, and data sciences to create innovative end-user applications and services. She has built research teams at Google, eBay, Yahoo, PARC and FujiXerox. Her current focus is on the design of effective designer and developer tooling.

Elizabeth holds a PhD from the University of Cambridge and honorary doctorates from the University of Sussex and the University of Stockholm. She has been named one of the top women leaders in UX over the last several years.

Elizabeth Churchill

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