Industrial Designer

Google's products are known for their clean design, ensuring users can quickly and easily find what they're looking for.

Our Industrial Designers leverage their strong technical background and understanding of "good" design to help streamline the user experience. Working closely with product managers and development engineers throughout the entire production cycle, they design everything from high-level product flow to detailed UI mockups and use expert scripting skills to make their designs a reality.

Mike Simonian, Industrial Designer

Q: What is the most interesting project you’ve worked on at Google?
A: Defining complete new product experiences from the industrial design, to the user interaction, to the packaging and out-of-box experience.

Q: What excites you most about working at Google?
A: There are so many possibilities here. So much knowledge and amazing resources to try new things. People are very excited about the work and love seeing all phases of the design process.

Q: What advice would you have for other designers?
A: Be a super creative problem solver. Don't be afraid to try things that may not work. Be able to explain the logic behind your work to non-designers and to share your enthusiasm.

Q: What does it mean to be Googley?
A: Be humble, open-minded, with a tendency toward trying things, not just talking about them.


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