Justin Cohen is a user experience designer working at Google.
Justin started his design career as a digital campaigner at the advocacy organization NARAL in Washington, DC. Afterwards, he worked as a UX fellow at Foresee where he gained a foundational understanding of usability best practices and enterprise software development.
At Google, Justin first worked in Sunnyvale, California on Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) and focused on tools for IT admins to manage their users, apps, and devices. He then moved to New York City to work on Google Cloud Platform where he designs products to help developers continuously build, test, and deploy applications. Justin is responsible for all phases of the UX process from user flows and wireframes to prototypes and visual design.
Justin obtained his Master's degree in Human Computer Interaction from the University of Michigan. He is originally from Maryland where he enjoys eating crabs.
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