Design Advocate | Product Storyteller
I'm a Design Advocate at Google; helping other designers create human-centered experiences on Google’s platforms. Proponent of pen before pixel, I use the Google Design Sprint methodology to help teams co-create, test, and build successful products. Prior to Google, I led user experience design efforts to build cross-platform products for start-ups, non-profits, and large corporations. Highlighted on Computer World’s Android Experts as “the person behind one of Android’s most powerful voices,” I bridge the gap between design and technology to bring stories to life.
Interviewed and highlighted in various publications to discuss the future of mobile, Material Design and tips for crafting the best user experience.
How I Use Android: Material Podcast host and UX designer Yasmine Evjen
The person behind one of Android's most powerful voices powers up her personal phone to show us what's inside. Read at Computerworld
We asked developers what they think about Android apps on Chrome OS
While bringing the Play Store to Chromebooks presents a lot of opportunity, in some ways it means heading back to the drawing board. Read at Greenbot
Native vs. Progressive Web Apps and what the risks of living in the cloud are
The All About Android crew brought me on to discuss Native vs Progressive Web Apps. Listen on This Week in Tech.
Material is an Android (and Google) podcast you should listen to
One of our favorites is Material. Hosted by Andy Ihnatko (of Chicago Sun-Times fame and a regular on the TWiT network), Russell Ivanovic (of a little app called Pocket Casts) and designer Yasmine Evjen, you're going to get a whole lot of talk about Google and Android on a whole, and Material Design as a way of life. Read at Android Central.