Designing for simplicity: How Noah improved Google Search for iOS

After just three months at Google, Interaction Designer Noah Levin took the lead in changing the way our users interact with Google Search on the iPhone and iPad. From their first days, Googlers are empowered to work on high-impact products, collaborate across teams and meet with company leaders. Watch the video to see how Noah takes a complex system and converts it into a simple user experience for our most well-known product: Search.

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