The Method podcast profiles designers at Google, giving listeners an inside look at their journeys and design choices.
Maggie Stanphill, Digital Wellbeing
Maggie Stanphill, Director of UX at Google talks about her efforts in Digital Wellbeing.
How this became a focus in the tech industry, and what is Google doing to contribute?
I hope you enjoy the episode.
Google UX Interns
Garrett Tolbert, Andrea Davila, and Alex Lim talk to us about life as a Google UX intern.
This episode is all about our UX interns at Google! What led them to their internships? How has their internship changed them. What’s next for our interns? It’s all here :)
Meet our guests:
Garrett Tolbert – UX Engineering intern at Google
Andrea Davila – UX Writing intern at Google
Alex Lim – UX Research intern at Google
Emily Blank – Material Design Art Director
What does the term “creative collaboration” mean to you? What do you need to consider when the things you create are seen in the seams of people’s day? How do the images we see everyday impact our living experience?
Join us as we explore these Questions with Emily Blank, Art Director on Google’s Material Design team.
Philip Battin & Curtis Flanagan, Seed Studio
From prototyping futures to designing artifacts solely for discussion, tune in to explore the idiosyncratic—but important—field of speculative design. In this episode, host Travis Neilson sits down with Philip Battin and Curtis Flanagan from Seed Studio, a Google design team working on future-forward creative concepts for human-centered technology. In this intriguing conversation, the trio unpack what it means to rehearse the future to inform the present.
The Google UX Hiring Process
In this episode, host Travis Neilson talks with Google Design Manager Mike Buzzard about the seven phases of the Google UX hiring process. Along the way, hear audio clips of designers describing their own stories of applying to work at Google. From overcoming the fear of submitting an application, to demystifying the full-day of on-site interviews, listen in for a comprehensive breakdown of all the hiring quirks you need to know.
Roxanne Pinto, Google Flights
In this episode, host Travis Neilson interviews Roxanne Pinto, a content strategist at Google, about the role of UX writing in helping people use—and understand—machine learning-driven products. Listen in as Pinto shares insightful anecdotes about unpacking errors and how mental models shape product interactions and user trust.
Next episode when?
I’m still able to learn a lot from episodes that were produced two years ago. Will this podcast have new episodes again someday? I’d very much look forward to it!
You can always count on Method to dig in about a subject they care deeply about and leave you with plenty of thought nuggets to share around.
Hearing people tell their own stories and intertwining it with their thought process for their roles/projects is awesomely intriguing!
Still consider myself a new UX Designer; hearing how people got started and work past the pervasive feeling of “faking it until you make it” or “imposter syndrome” is really inspiring.