My summer at Google

In 2016, I had the chance to work with the Google Play team as a UX Design Intern for the Play Store. With the support of my team, I researched and designed features for My Apps & Games. Additionally, I assisted in UX research, helping craft surveys and usability studies. While I cannot display samples of my process, I can tell you about how I spent my summer at Google.

 
 
 

DATE Jun - Sept 2016
TEAM Google Play
ROLE UX Design Intern
PROJECT Redesign My apps & games

 
 
 

Project milestones

  1. Implemented the "Sort By" feature

  2. Created the Updates tab to surface app updates

  3. Renamed "Installed" and "All" tabs to Installed and Library

  4. Added card in the Updates tab displaying security messages

  5. Enabled displaying in-line app usage information

 
 
 

Play Store refresh

"Google is rolling out a small but significant update to the Play Store, adding in a refreshed My Apps screen that makes it much easier to manage everything you have installed."

 Thorin Klosowski, LifeHacker.com

(Courtesy of Android Police)

 
 
 

Project timeline

 
 
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What I learned

This was the first time I got to design for Android and really understand Google's Material Design. Being a part of a Google's design process was truly an enriching experience. Spending my summer working alongside engineers, user researchers, visual designers, and product managers has really shaped my own experience as a designer.