UX Engineer

As a UX Engineer, you’ll weave together strong design aesthetics with technical know-how.

You’ll partner with researchers and designers to define and deliver new features, translate concepts into living, breathing prototypes, and iterate on interactions, animations, and details to deliver the perfect experience. UX Engineers also collaborate closely with UX Researchers to user-test new concepts and assist engineering.

Chris Cox, UX Engineer

Q: What is the most interesting project you’ve worked on at Google?
A: I really enjoy working on our iOS library of components that powers nearly all of our Google iOS apps. It's incredible to think about the number of end-users that interact with some of the components I've been able to build and contribute to.

Q: What excites you most about working at Google?
A: You would think that with the size of Google, it would be difficult to have an impact on products/services that Google puts out there. However that is definitely not the case. Google is organized in such a way that it is within everyone's grasp to make significant contributions across the company. This is what drives me and keeps me excited about working here.

Q: What advice would you have for engineers?
A: To be an impactful contributor you must work hard and be smart and diligent.

Q: What does it mean to be Googley?
A: Being Googley simply means to project yourself both personally and professionally in a way that aligns with Google. Do the right thing, try to offer assistance outside of normal responsibilities, and always stay hungry.

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