Using Google Design Sprints to...
2021: Episode 02
In this episode Bryce Howitson and Noble Ackerson join us to discuss how utilizing a repeatable design thinking process (Google Design Sprints) helps organizations build things that matter.
Bryce helps ideas become digital products that customers want, are a joy to use and great looking. His super power is distilling complex processes into attainable visions backed by solid research. He has worked with small and large organizations across healthcare, retail, higher ed and technology. Bryce is passionate about improving the UX industry. To this end, he speaks, writes and teaches about best practices around design concepts. He's currently writing a book about how to get the most ROI from design partners.
Noble is a seasoned technical product lead delivering vision camera, web and mobile technologies from abstract concepts to final products. He led the award-winning DC-based Augmented Reality for fitness startup, LynxFit as Product Owner and Co-founder. Noble sits on the Alumni Leadership Board for the leading online education startup, Udacity. A member of the Alumni Board at his alma mater, Lynchburg College and acts as the Publicity Chair for Ubicomp and ISWC, two top-tier conferences for the internet of things and wearable technology. When Noble is not focused on product, he is mentoring underrepresented and aspiring developers, speaking at technology events, or spending time with his daughters.