Google Next Billion Users (NBU): Product Design Lessons from UX | SGInnovate
May 23
2018

Location

32 Carpenter Street
Singapore 059911

Google Next Billion Users (NBU): Product Design Lessons from UX

Presented by SGInnovate. Partnered with Google.

User Experience Design is often thought about as the last mile in the product development process. In the past few years, Google has launched several products that are relevant to users who are coming online for the very first time. While building these products, Google learnt that User Experience (UX) is not just a designer's job. With successful collaboration with business development, marketing, engineering and product management teams we have integrated designing thing deep into our product development cycle. This session will focus on what it means for products team to be design-driven with some examples and success stories. 

Date: 23 May 2018
Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Venue: 32 Carpenter Street, Singapore 059911

Programme:
5:30pm – 6:00pm: Registration
6:00pm – 7:00pm: Product Design Lessons from UX
7:00pm – 7:30pm: Q&A and End

Speaker: Kishore Kumar, Product Designer, Tez

Kishore is a Product Designer on Tez. He joined Google as their first designer on the Next Billion Users initiative. There he builds products for users in high-growth markets like India. His previous experience includes Adobe, Designit and IDEO where he handled a range of projects including digital design, exhibition design and service design. He’s passionate about motorcycles.

About the Google Next Billion Users (NBU): The internet's future lies with its next billion users. They are coming online through smartphones and using the Internet in radically new ways. There is a massive potential and innovation to help solve their challenges with technology. The Next Billion User initiative at Google is strongly committed to building products and experiences for these users first, and this series of talks aim to share some of what we've learnt so far along the way.

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