A Google directory for accessories made by approved third party manufacturers for Pixel, Nest, and Chromebook.
Made For Google is the designation a product gets when it is designed for an existing Google product (Chromebooks, Nest, Pixel phones, ect) by an approved third party partner. The Made For Google team needed a lightweight site that could serve as a directory of all the third party partners and their corresponding products.
A Google-led initiative to help combat the opioid crisis and addiction by providing local resources and information.
Web Designer, Illustrator
Recover Together was an initiative that had started with Drug Take Back Day (an initiative that encouraged people to dispose of their unused medication at safe disposal sites). In 2018, I designed the page, which explained why safe drug disposal was important in preventing drug addiction, an interactive map to find locations for drug disposal, as well as more information on drug addiction prevention.
I worked with the team at Google to determine how to best design the site to suit the content that was already written, and updating the site to follow current Google web brand guidelines. When the site was launched, it was promoted on the main Google.com page as a text link at the bottom of the page.
After the initial site was launched, I was brought on for additional work on expanding the site to house even more information and resources for more aspects of addiction prevention, including directories for recovery groups, stigma-breaking testimonies, and treatment information. The site was broken into three sections: Recovery, Treatment, and Prevention.
In addition to designing the site, I also illustrated infographics and header images that were used throughout. It was an exciting challenge to illustrate and convey heavy and often sad information, while keeping the illustrations under Google’s illustration guidelines.
Marketing pages to promote Chromebooks in the United Kingdom (and United States)
Web Designer, Compositor
This site was part of a campaign to promote and create brand awareness Google Chromebooks in the United Kingdom by running a 90-day trial, where customers could try the product. The page was built as an addition for the existing Chromebooks page, and needed to clearly communicate how the trial would work and steps the customer needed to take to meet the conditions. There was a very rough content outline, and designs I made helped clarify what words/images/sections needed to be included.
Assisted the Chromebooks team by preparing image assets to be used on main Chromebooks website. Composited screens onto product assets, and composited chromebooks together.
Main marketing webpage for reCAPTCHA, promoting reCAPTCHA Enterprise edition's new features
Google’s reCAPTCHA was launching a new enterprise version of the product and needed an updated site that highlighted the new benefits of the enterprise edition. I worked with a product marketing manager from reCAPTCHA to make an updated site that followed current Google design conventions and in a format that was easy for the marketing team to edit.
A web-based quiz designed to help educate and inform people about email phishing.
Web Designer, Illustrator
Google Registry is the product at Google where you can register for unique domain endings, such as .app, .dev, .page, ect. In order to spread awareness about phishing sites that could potentially have spoofed domain names, Google Registry created a website called Safe.Page, where findings from a online security survey conducted with the Harris Poll was put into an infographic. Based off the survey findings, Google Registry wanted to create a quiz to test and educate people on potential phishing links. In addition to designing the page and creating the assets, I also did the illustrations.
© Julia Wang 2021