Andrew Sibert is an Interaction Designer at Google in Mountain View, California.
Andrew Sibert was born and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina. Being the son of two architects, as long as he can remember he has been encouraged to create. Recently, Andrew has discovered product design, something he hopes to pursue as a life long passion.
Jenn Lee is a UX Design Student at SCAD in Savannah, GA.
Jenn Lee is a designer, coffee lover, typography enthusiast, and current junior at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) studying UX Design. Her roots lie in South Korea and the Bay Area, but she is currently living, learning, and growing in the small town of Savannah, Georgia.
YouTube approached the design team, requesting a cohesive lobby experience that would unify the space with their brand. For employees, this area was thought of as a sort of Grand Central Station, a hub that everyone passes through multiple times a day. For visitors, the lobby would likely be the only part of the company that they would be granted access to—and the experience had been perceived by many as anticlimactic.
On Monday, Google Maps, the leading online map system in the world and a brand from Google, announced that they want to make it easier for people to find their way in busy urban spaces by using large cartoon arrows to show someone’s desired destination.