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Design at Planet Scale with Hannah Lee (Designer at Google)

Design at Planet Scale with Hannah Lee (Designer at Google)

Update: 2019-09-13
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The UX & Growth Podcast is back, and we’re kicking things off right. In this episode, I sit down with Hannah Lee (Designer at Google) to discuss how she audited Chrome’s entire UI and introduced a new design system in time for its tenth birthday, reducing the application size by megabytes in the process. When rolled out across Chrome’s more than 2 billion users, this represented a material impact on global device memory and data usage. From discovering 98 different shades of grey, to designing for obsolete operating systems, to open sourcing Chrome’s design system, we cover all of the epiphanies, lessons and downright hilarious moments in Hannah’s quest to design at planet scale.

Hannah on Twitter: https://twitter.com/san_toki
Hannah on Medium: https://medium.com/@san_toki
Unboxing Chrome: https://medium.com/@san_toki/unboxing-chrome-f6af7b8161a2

Austin on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ustinknight
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Design at Planet Scale with Hannah Lee (Designer at Google)

Design at Planet Scale with Hannah Lee (Designer at Google)

Austin Knight