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Author Kent Eisenhuth

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As a design lead at Google, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, and author of Drawing Product Ideas, Kent has two decades of experience in developing visual languages that improve collaboration, comprehension and decision making across a wide array of Google products including Fitbit, Google Cloud, Quantum AI and Alphabet’s Loon. Kent cofounded Google’s Data Accessibility program. He previously led Google Cloud’s Data Visualization Program and co-authored the data visualization specs for Material Design. Kent’s work and ideas have appeared in many publications, including The Guardian, UXmatters, ACM journals, and Smashing Magazine. His book, Drawing Product Ideas, delivers a new and exciting guide to effectively communicating product ideas by drawing simple shapes. Kent has presented talks and ideas at many conferences, such as IxDA’s Interaction, SXSW, The Israeli Visualization Conference, and UXDX, and he is a frequent guest lecturer at several universities in the United States.

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