The How And Why of Google UI (17 Jan 2003)
Google has centered the design of its interface around user needs and demands. This talk will focus on our internal approach to user-centered design as well as the results that we have achieved. Google's product development process is fairly unstructured and flexible. All employees take part in the product definition and great ideas flow. We work to foster flexibility and creativity. I'll analyze the strengths and weaknesses of our approach and provide examples of how this process has contributed to Google's products and, specifically, our user interface.
Article URL: http://hci.stanford.edu/cs547/abstracts/02-03/030117-mayer.html
(Marissa Mayer (Google))
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