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SUS: A System Unusable for Twenty Percent of the Population
Did you know that the SUS creates biases in your research, affecting one in five people? That’s right! People with disabilities, especially those who use assistive technology, are not considered by most of the questions in the SUS. As a designer, this could lead to you making design decisions that don’t take into account 20 percent of the visitors to your website. When the SUS was invented, the author encouraged people to change it to suit different needs. In this talk, Samuel Proulx from Fable will discuss how Fable adapted the SUS to work for assistive technology users. Drawing from over five thousand hours of research and testing involving assistive technology users, we created the Accessible Usability Scale (AUS). This presentation will include trends in AUS responses since it was released in December of 2020.
2021
Sponsored Session
Technologies
Research Lab
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DesignOps Summit 2021
Technologies
Research Lab
Did
you
know
that
the
SUS
creates
biases
in
your
research
,
affecting
one
in
five
people
?
That
’s
right
!
People
with
disabilities
,
especially
those
who
use
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research
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Theme 1: Establishing and Growing DesignOps
Getting started with Design Operations can be a daunting task. Considerations include what to call it, who should do the work, how to get funding, and what does success look like. We’ll begin by sharing examples and practical advice on how to establish DesignOps as a function and a role, and share practical advice and outcomes from those who have succeeded. We’ll be inspired by teams of one to teams that serve hundreds of thousands of customers, and you’ll gain practical insights and knowledge that you can apply in your own practice.
2021
Overview
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DesignOps Summit 2021
Getting
started
with
Design
Operations
can
be
a
daunting
task
.
Considerations
include
what
to
call
it
,
who
should
do
the
work
,
how
to
get
funding
,
and
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Considerations
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outcomes
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funding
insights
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hundreds
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C’mon Get Happy
Team happiness is an important and oft-mentioned DesignOps metric, but we need to reframe how we think about it. No human* can “”make”” their team happy, and it’s folly to measure ourselves by that impossible standard. But what we _can_ do is create opportunities for our teams—opportunities to get weird, share freely, give feedback, encourage each other, and create their own team culture. And they get to choose whether and how they take advantage of those opportunities.
2021
Talk
Coordination
Design Management
Team Compositions
Design Culture
Design Metrics
Team happinessopportunitiesteamDesignOpseach otherteamsfollystandardhuman*team cultureadvantagefeedback
DesignOps Summit 2021
Coordination
Design Management
Team Compositions
Design Culture
Design Metrics
Team
happiness
is
an
important
and
oft
-
mentioned
DesignOps
metric
,
but
we
need
to
reframe
how
we
think
about
it
.
No
human
*
can
make
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folly
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Advice for DesignOps Employee #1
You have heard of DesignOps. You know how it can benefit your team. Your designers are tired of chasing requirements and dealing with tooling. But you have no idea where to start with establishing the practice in your organization. This session will help you evaluate what parts of DesignOps you need to implement, and how you can start to introduce the concept to your team.
2021
Talk
Implementing Ops
Design Management
Operations
teamDesignOpsideadesignerssessionrequirementstoolingorganizationpracticeconceptparts
DesignOps Summit 2021
Implementing Ops
Design Management
Operations
You
have
heard
of
DesignOps
.
You
know
how
it
can
benefit
your
team
.
Your
designers
are
tired
of
chasing
requirements
and
dealing
with
tooling
.
But
you
have
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DesignOps
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designers
session
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tooling
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practice
concept
parts
5
How the Adidas Design Ops Team Supports Every Phase of the Design Lifecycle
Learn all about design operations at Adidas. In this Q&A we will be joined by two design operations managers who will share how they support the design lifecycle as well as team engagement. They will share Miro boards to give you a peek inside the team, from workshops to birthday cards.
This Q&A will be hosted by Shipra Kayan, a design leader at Miro who has over a decade of experience building distributed design teams.
2021
Sponsored Session
DesignOps Summit 2021
6
Organizing Chaos: How IBM is Defining Design Systems with Sketch for an Ever-Changing AI Landscape
Defining a design system that’s adaptable, modular and more importantly, future proof, is a monumental task. With several years of contributing to their design system and software suite, Mitchell Bernstein, AI Design Lead, will go through IBM’s experience on this topic, sharing key takeaways about their evolving Carbon Design System. Mitchell will also dive into details on how to adapt any design system to complex, AI-powered software with the help of Sketch.
2021
Sponsored Session
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DesignOps Summit 2021
Defining
a
design
system
that
’s
adaptable
,
modular
and
more
importantly
,
future
proof
,
is
a
monumental
task
.
With
several
years
of
contributing
to
their
design
system
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takeaways
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experience
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details
AI Design Lead
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IBM
help
Sketch
Carbon Design System
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5 Reasons to Bring your Recruiting in House
Participant recruitment is often regarded as the most difficult part of any design project. Oftentimes companies rely on recruiting agencies to handle finding participants. While there are some advantages to this approach, and cases where outsourcing is the best option, nowadays bringing research in-house can be simple, flexible, cost-effective, and fast.
During this session we’ll be diving into the top 5 benefits of bringing your recruitment efforts in house.
2021
Sponsored Session
Participant recruitmentpartoutsourcingdesign projectcasesparticipantscompaniesrecruiting agencieshouseapproachadvantagesresearchsessionhousebenefitsrecruitment efforts5
DesignOps Summit 2021
Participant
recruitment
is
often
regarded
as
the
most
difficult
part
of
any
design
project
.
Oftentimes
companies
rely
on
recruiting
agencies
to
handle
finding
participants
.
While
there
are
some
 Show 53 more
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outsourcing
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recruiting agencies
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8
The DesignOps Starter Kit
Starting DesignOps at an org feels exciting and daunting at the same time. People who’ve given you the green light are as excited as you – so there’s a bit of pressure to make this work well! In this talk, Michelle will provide a “starter kit” of 10 tips for beginning a DesignOps program—the 10 foundational things she’s learned from establishing DesignOps at her org. Michelle includes how to prepare the program, manage expectations, ensure your success, and keep things sustainable for the long term.
2021
Talk
Implementing Ops
Coordination
Change Management
Design Management
Operations
Communications
MichelleorgPeopleprogrambitDesignOpslighttalkpressuretipsstarter kitexpectationsthingssuccesstermorgthings1010
DesignOps Summit 2021
Implementing Ops
Coordination
Change Management
Design Management
Operations
Communications
Starting
DesignOps
at
an
org
feels
exciting
and
daunting
at
the
same
time
.
People
who
’ve
given
you
the
green
light
are
as
excited
as
you
so
there
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org
People
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bit
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light
talk
pressure
tips
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expectations
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success
term
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things
10
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Designing Accessible Research Workflows
What makes us human in human centered design? How can we optimize our workflows to respect our participants?
Phil will talk through his experiences of creating inclusive research workflows which respect participants rights and agency and how they’ve managed to operationalize and scale them for hundreds of researchers around the world.
2021
Talk
Processes and Governance
Research Lab
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI)
Tools
Workflows
Activities
DesignOps Summit 2021
Processes and Governance
Research Lab
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI)
Tools
Workflows
Activities
10
Scaling Design Capability: How Involved Should You Be?
Most design operation professionals will have to make a choice: to work solely as an organization’s internal consultancy or play an additional role in scaling design capabilities throughout an organization. If teams focus on the former, how will they get better projects and collaborators from their organization? If teams settle on the latter, how will they navigate scaling their design capabilities?
2021
Sponsored Session
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DesignOps Summit 2021
Most
design
operation
professionals
will
have
to
make
a
choice
:
to
work
solely
as
an
organization
’s
internal
consultancy
or
play
an
additional
role
in
scaling
design
capabilities
throughout
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teams
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11
Flex Your Super Powers: When a Design Ops Team Scales to Power CX
Join the Verizon CX Design Ops team for an interactive session about uncovering your super powers, recognizing your kryptonite and flexing your skills to power a growing, global team.
2021
Sponsored Session
Verizonteamsuper powerssessionCX Design Opskryptoniteteamskills
DesignOps Summit 2021
Join
the
Verizon
CX
Design
Ops
team
for
an
interactive
session
about
uncovering
your
super
powers
,
recognizing
your
kryptonite
and
flexing
your
skills
to
power
a
growing
,
global
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Verizon
team
super powers
session
CX Design Ops
kryptonite
team
skills
12
How to Design Your Design Operating Model
All organizations have a design operating model. But not all organizations are intentional about creating it. It gets established by accident. Design gets fitted around other priorities of business or technology. As a result, organizations struggle to create valuable experiences for customers.
This is why organizations need to design their design operating model.
2021
Talk
Processes and Governance
Coordination
Design Center of Excellence
Operations
Team Compositions
Engagement Models
DesignOps Summit 2021
Processes and Governance
Coordination
Design Center of Excellence
Operations
Team Compositions
Engagement Models
13
Inclusive Design is DesignOps
Inclusive Design is a process, it is how we design. Adopting inclusive design means changing how we work, in our projects and in our everyday work habits. In the beginning it might be accidental, while at its best it is intentional and has operational support. Learn how we are making progress in our journey towards Inclusive Design at Intel. From the public goal that all user experience teams will be adopting inclusive design, to the real talk and challenges that happen within a team where everyone agrees with the goal, but they don’t know how to start.
2021
Talk
Processes and Governance
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI)
People Management
Workflows
Inclusive Designdesignchallengesteamuser experience teamsprojectsprogresssupportwork habitsbeginningjourneygoaltalkeveryonegoalIntel
DesignOps Summit 2021
Processes and Governance
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI)
People Management
Workflows
Inclusive
Design
is
a
process
,
it
is
how
we
design
.
Adopting
inclusive
design
means
changing
how
we
work
,
in
our
projects
and
in
our
everyday
work
habits
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challenges
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support
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journey
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14
Designing For Screen Readers: Understanding the Mental Models and Techniques of Real Users
Starting out with a ten-minute live demo from an expert screen reader user, Samuel Proulx will introduce you to not only how they work, but the thought processes behind using the Internet with a screen reader. What are some of the most important things to take into account when attempting to construct a mental model of a screen reader user? How do these effect the way you think about designing websites and apps? How can designers learn to move beyond thinking visually, to create designs that work for everyone? After this introduction, the floor will open to your questions! If you have burning questions about how people who are blind use the Internet, or what design patterns work best and why or why not, this is your chance! Ask any question at all in an open, safe learning environment.
2021
Sponsored Session
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI)
expert screen reader userdemothought processesSamuel ProulxInternetdesignsscreen readerchancepeoplescreen reader usermodeleffectwaywebsitesaccountthingssomeappseveryonefloorInternetdesignersdesign patternsquestionlearning environmentquestionsquestionsintroductionten
DesignOps Summit 2021
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI)
Starting
out
with
a
ten
-
minute
live
demo
from
an
expert
screen
reader
user
,
Samuel
Proulx
will
introduce
you
to
not
only
how
they
work
,
but
the
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demo
thought processes
Samuel Proulx
Internet
designs
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chance
people
screen reader user
model
effect
way
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account
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some
apps
everyone
floor
Internet
designers
design patterns
question
learning environment
questions
questions
introduction
ten
15
Flex Your Super Powers: When a Design Ops Team Scales to Power CX
Join the Verizon CX Design Ops team for an interactive session about uncovering your super powers, recognizing your kryptonite and flexing your skills to power a growing, global team.
2021
Sponsored Session
Verizonteamsuper powerssessionCX Design Opskryptoniteteamskills
DesignOps Summit 2021
Join
the
Verizon
CX
Design
Ops
team
for
an
interactive
session
about
uncovering
your
super
powers
,
recognizing
your
kryptonite
and
flexing
your
skills
to
power
a
growing
,
global
 Show 2 more
Verizon
team
super powers
session
CX Design Ops
kryptonite
team
skills
16
How we Built a VoC (Voice of the Customer) Practice at Upwork from the Ground Up
Shipra Kayan, the former head of insights at Upwork, will present the origin story of Upwork’s hugely successful and long-running VoC program. From the moment that triggered the formation of a VoC initiative, the ups, and downs of experimenting with its operating model, to why this program is still going strong 7 years after it was launched. She will field questions like “Who owns the VoC?”, “What is its purpose?”, and “Will we just create another presentation that won’t have any real impact?”
2021
Sponsored Session
Shipra KayaninsightsVoCmomentUpworkprogramprogramorigin storyquestionspresentationdownsoperating modelupsinitiativeformationpurposeimpact7
DesignOps Summit 2021
Shipra
Kayan
,
the
former
head
of
insights
at
Upwork
,
will
present
the
origin
story
of
Upwork
’s
hugely
successful
and
long
-
running
VoC
program
.
From
the
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insights
VoC
moment
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program
program
origin story
questions
presentation
downs
operating model
ups
initiative
formation
purpose
impact
7
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Theme 2: Successful Outcomes for DesignOps Teams
Once leadership buy-in has been secured, the team staffed, and initial wins are confidently put on the board, the art and science of honing an ever better DesignOps team kicks in. DesignOps leaders must hold fast to effective norms as the team scales, persuade peers and partners with increasing finesse, and, of course, continue to deliver remarkable outcomes. On Day 2 of DesignOps Summit, join us as we learn from the hard-won wisdom of maturing DesignOps teams, including: tools of the trade, scaling strategies, deploying standards and systems, staffing models, and more.
2021
Overview
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DesignOps Summit 2021
Once
leadership
buy
-
in
has
been
secured
,
the
team
staffed
,
and
initial
wins
are
confidently
put
on
the
board
,
the
art
and
science
of
honing
an
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team
art
science
wins
board
team
DesignOps
peers
finesse
norms
team scales
partners
teams
course
outcomes
leaders
DesignOps
wisdom
trade
strategies
standards
more
systems
staffing models
tools
DesignOps Summit
2
18
Design as a Team Practice, A Practical Guide to Cross-functional Collaboration
We believe cross-functional team collaboration delivers value faster for users and organizations. However, it’s not always obvious what exactly cross-functional collaboration actually looks like. What practices are necessary to the team’s success? How do you measure team performance? As a developer and a designer, we have direct experience working together and leading teams on truly cross-functional product design and delivery. In our talk, we’ll provide specific examples of what that kind of collaboration can look like, while sharing some of the values and principles that have motivated us.
2021
Talk
Design Center of Excellence
Team Compositions
Engagement Models
Partnerships
team collaborationvalueusersorganizationscollaborationvaluesteamteamsdesignerteam performancedevelopersuccesspracticesexperiencecollaborationkindsomeexamplesprinciplesproduct designdeliverytalk
DesignOps Summit 2021
Design Center of Excellence
Team Compositions
Engagement Models
Partnerships
We
believe
cross-functional
team
collaboration
delivers
value
faster
for
users
and
organizations
.
However
,
it
’s
not
always
obvious
what
exactly
cross-functional
collaboration
actually
looks
like
.
What
practices
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When Design Ops Comes in H.O.T. : A Tale of a Transformed Design Org
TIn their first 60 days at Zendesk, Briana and Christina, a 2 person design ops team, conducted a Program Manager Audit looking at these 3 key areas: People, Process, and Portfolio.
90 days later, Product Design has transformed from a siloed, disjointed team into a well-organized, collaborative environment with a unified tool strategy, inclusive team spaces and more focus on design craft.
In this talk you will learn how to not only conduct a thorough and data-centric Program Manager Audit, but how to come in H.O.T. (Humble, Orchestrated, and Timely.)
2021
Talk
Change Management
Coordination
Processes and Governance
Design Management
Product Design
Communications
Corporate Guidelines
Team Compositions
Ceremonies
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DesignOps Summit 2021
Change Management
Coordination
Processes and Governance
Design Management
Product Design
Communications
Corporate Guidelines
Team Compositions
Ceremonies
TIn
their
first
60
days
at
Zendesk
,
Briana
and
Christina
,
a
2
person
design
ops
team
,
conducted
a
Program
Manager
Audit
looking
at
these
3
key
areas
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Briana
Christina
person design ops team
Program Manager Audit
areas
People
Process
Portfolio
team
tool strategy
environment
team spaces
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focus
design craft
talk
H.O.T.
Humble
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20
5 Reasons to Bring your Recruiting in House
Participant recruitment is often regarded as the most difficult part of any design project. Oftentimes companies rely on recruiting agencies to handle finding participants. While there are some advantages to this approach, and cases where outsourcing is the best option, nowadays bringing research in-house can be simple, flexible, cost-effective, and fast.
During this session we’ll be diving into the top 5 benefits of bringing your recruitment efforts in house.
2021
Sponsored Session
Participant recruitmentpartoutsourcingdesign projectcasesparticipantscompaniesrecruiting agencieshouseapproachadvantagesresearchsessionhousebenefitsrecruitment efforts5
DesignOps Summit 2021
Participant
recruitment
is
often
regarded
as
the
most
difficult
part
of
any
design
project
.
Oftentimes
companies
rely
on
recruiting
agencies
to
handle
finding
participants
.
While
there
are
some
 Show 53 more
Participant recruitment
part
outsourcing
design project
cases
participants
companies
recruiting agencies
house
approach
advantages
research
session
house
benefits
recruitment efforts
5
21
Design Systems To-Go: Introducing a Starter Design System, and Indigo.Design Overview
A Design system is not only about standardizing the UI or accelerating design. In the big picture, it can streamline collaboration between design and development. With this goal in mind, an effective Design system is available to both designers and developers in a format that is native to each discipline. However, getting to this point takes time. But what if we can skip ahead with a starter Design system containing both design and coded components that are ready for use?
Join our activity sessions to see how you can transform your pixel-perfect designs into pixel-perfect code for modern web applications with Indigo.Design. We will also revisit the typical developer handoff by introducing a re-imagined workflow that minimizes rework. In the end, this approach can free up our focus to run Design-Ops better and deliver value sooner.
👉 Part 1 (Thursday): Introducing a starter Design system, and Indigo.Design overview
Part 2 (Friday): Reimagining developer handoff, and introducing App builder
Part 3 (Friday): Indigo.Design overview and exploring the developer workflow
2021
Sponsored Session
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DesignOps Summit 2021
A
Design
system
is
not
only
about
standardizing
the
UI
or
accelerating
design
.
In
the
big
picture
,
it
can
streamline
collaboration
between
design
and
development
.
With
this
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design
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point
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activity sessions
overview
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How DesignOps can Drive Inclusive Career Ladders for All
DesignOps takes the lead to author our internal career matrix, so we can objectively and uniformly refresh each discipline, and establish org-wide skills echoed throughout each role. DesignOps at Salesforce is also included within these Career Competencies, allowing for our team to hold more consistent career discussions, and unifying promotions by leveraging the same language when discussing each DesignOps employee. Plus, since DesignOps is seen as a fairly “new” discipline, having it paired alongside more “well-known” disciplines (Designer, UX Engineer), elevates the understanding of our role and skills, and provides a baseline paired alongside our peer’s disciplines. There’s great power in language, and the words we choose to use makes an impact. Making conscious efforts on our word choices and communications with one another can affect change at both the individual level as well as team-wide.
2021
Talk
Change Management
Processes and Governance
Design Center of Excellence
Operations
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI)
Promotions
Competency Matrix
People Recognition
disciplineDesignOpsleadcareer matrixDesignOpsroleskillsDesignOpscareer discussionsCareer CompetenciesdisciplinedisciplinesDesignerlanguageemployeepromotionsUX EngineerunderstandingteamSalesforceeffortswordslanguageword choicesimpactchangeanotherlevelonecommunications Show 7 more
DesignOps Summit 2021
Change Management
Processes and Governance
Design Center of Excellence
Operations
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI)
Promotions
Competency Matrix
People Recognition
DesignOps
takes
the
lead
to
author
our
internal
career
matrix
,
so
we
can
objectively
and
uniformly
refresh
each
discipline
,
and
establish
org
-
wide
skills
echoed
throughout
each
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DesignOps
lead
career matrix
DesignOps
role
skills
DesignOps
career discussions
Career Competencies
discipline
disciplines
Designer
language
employee
promotions
UX Engineer
understanding
team
Salesforce
efforts
words
language
word choices
impact
change
another
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Design Ops Metrics
This session will detail how we are capturing metrics on product development and resource allocation. We will discuss how we are capturing people’s time on task to get us to a standard set of recipes that we can use when planning and budgeting for new products. We will discuss how we captured and identified tasks that could be handled by a 3rd party offshore vendor to free up our in-house designer who needs to be focused on strategic and innovative work.
2021
Talk
Coordination
Processes and Governance
Product Design
Operations
Design Metrics
Vendors
Design Planning
Staffing
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DesignOps Summit 2021
Coordination
Processes and Governance
Product Design
Operations
Design Metrics
Vendors
Design Planning
Staffing
This
session
will
detail
how
we
are
capturing
metrics
on
product
development
and
resource
allocation
.
We
will
discuss
how
we
are
capturing
people
’s
time
on
task
to
get
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product development
resource allocation
recipes
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task
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planning
set
people
budgeting
tasks
vendor
work
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Scaling Design Capability: How Involved Should You Be?
Most design operation professionals will have to make a choice: to work solely as an organization’s internal consultancy or play an additional role in scaling design capabilities throughout an organization. If teams focus on the former, how will they get better projects and collaborators from their organization? If teams settle on the latter, how will they navigate scaling their design capabilities?
In this interactive workshop, we’ll discuss how teams can attract better internal projects and how to transfer essential capabilities, with a particular focus on co-creating and measuring successful outcomes.
Join Andrew Webster, Vice President of Transformation at ExperiencePoint, to learn:
What tools can help facilitate your team’s journey
How to start implementing scaling strategies
What successful outcomes look like
2021
Sponsored Session
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DesignOps Summit 2021
Most
design
operation
professionals
will
have
to
make
a
choice
:
to
work
solely
as
an
organization
’s
internal
consultancy
or
play
an
additional
role
in
scaling
design
capabilities
throughout
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ExperiencePoint
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Empowering Gaming at Scale: How Xbox Builds Powerful, Automated, and Distributed Design Systems with Sketch
An essential part of creating a Design System is to make distribution and content flow sustainable. When the task is bringing the joy and community of gaming to everyone on the planet, the challenge gets massive! How can DesignOps and Automation become a facilitator for this challenge?
Join Senior Software Engineer & Designer Luca Rager from Xbox as he takes us through their innovative take on design systems. Luca will illustrate how Sketch’s flexibility and modern DesignOps automation has allowed Xbox to package, theme and easily distribute component libraries. Furthermore, how their system bridges the gap between the Xbox Design System team and the wider product teams at Xbox.
2021
Sponsored Session
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DesignOps Summit 2021
An
essential
part
of