Digital Wellbeing Experiments

Something new. Read the official Google blog post. Did you know that the average person looks at their phone over 52 times a day? 📱Unplugging can be tough. To find focus, try our new #DigitalWellbeingExperiments—a collection of ideas and tools to help you find a better balance with technology → https://t.co/sFGbsNKZnk pic.twitter.com/pYOeWpCsqn — Google (@Google)Continue reading “Digital Wellbeing Experiments”

A more Mindful experience

I recently took a Mindfulness-based emotional intelligence course for leaders called Search Inside Yourself. It’s a two-day course, and I learnt a ton of really good stuff about Mindfulness, Self awareness, Self management, Motivation, Empathy and Leadership. Mindfulness is the awareness that arises from paying attention to what’s happening in the present moment in theContinue reading “A more Mindful experience”

2018 so far: A collection of projects and things

Usually, I would take a moment to write up some of the ways we approached the work. How we made a thing. Also, how it went. Yet, the first half of 2018 was a little crazy on the number of things we made. We delivered 15 projects. About ten went out into the wild. AboutContinue reading “2018 so far: A collection of projects and things”

At Google, we use design to…

AIGA, the professional association for design, recognized Google as an exemplary company modeling design’s potential to delight users, inspire visionary products and services, fuel innovation, and improve our world. Google received the AIGA Award at the AIGA Awards Gala on April 20, 2018 in New York City. We made a video to say thank you.Continue reading “At Google, we use design to…”

Google SOS Alerts

Something new. Happy to have played a small part in this. The team work on developing the idea, naming, branding, language, and created some some high level UX/UI and design guidelines to help this important feature rollout consistently across our platforms and products. In times of crisis, access to timely, actionable info is crucial soContinue reading “Google SOS Alerts”

World Refugee Day 2017

Something new. Since September 2015, Google has been working with humanitarian organizations to respond to the refugee crisis. On World Refugee Day, we made 2 films to help share an update on a few ongoing initiatives. You can read the full Google blogpost here. On #RefugeeDay and every day, we stand with refugees and theContinue reading “World Refugee Day 2017”

Speak to Go: A WebVR Experiment

Something new. All you need is your voice and a phone to explore the world with the #WebVR Experiment Speak to Go → https://t.co/hx0PWZLaDG pic.twitter.com/jP9wuqaDjo — Google (@Google) April 19, 2017 Explore the world with your voice: try Speak to Go, a WebVR Experiment made for mobile at https://t.co/zAcD9c5TG5 pic.twitter.com/1qicQ76GPz — Google Arts&Culture (@googlearts) AprilContinue reading “Speak to Go: A WebVR Experiment”

WebVR Experiments

Something new. Come and play with virtual reality right in your browser. Introducing #WebVR Experiments → https://t.co/Eg7TAzpAbG pic.twitter.com/6N87McwTEs — Google (@Google) April 12, 2017 Introducing #WebVR Experiments: come and play with VR in your browser. https://t.co/dTQYSBO2iV pic.twitter.com/EaxXmRhOgb — Experiments with Google (@ExpWithGoogle) April 12, 2017 Virtual reality on the web for everyone. Come play withContinue reading “WebVR Experiments”

Sideways Dictionary

Something new. Sideways Dictionary is a collection of fun, easy-to-understand analogies that help explain complicated technology terms. Use it to look up tech terms of all kinds, vote for the definitions you like best, and even add your own. Creative Lab helped our friends at Google Jigsaw bring this project to life by writing, artContinue reading “Sideways Dictionary”