I worked as a UX designer and creative for Google Creative Lab in London. I joined as one of the Fivers, a program for five creatives. After that, I kept on freelancing. I mostly worked on confidential, internal or speculative projects, so this page doesn’t go into details – but I would be happy to share my learnings in person.
Google Arts & Culture
The first project I worked on now informs how recommendations are built in the app
Draw to art is an experiment that uses machine learning to match doodles to artworks from museums around the world
We trained a model to recognize visual features in doodles and associate them to similar artworks.
I worked on the project from end-to-end, mostly on UX design and data curation.
We created a series
of interactive easels
Made for events and cultural spaces, they have been touring the world: Grand Palais in Paris, Long museum in Shanghai, MWC Barcelona, Google I/O in SF, etc. The project also won a Cannes Lion for innovation.
I helped to design prototypes, vision pieces and ads for other Alphabet entities:
Most of my contribution was on UX for new AR applications.
Eventually, I pitched my own product ideas. Some were developped and presented to other product teams.