If you've ever wanted to give face-to-face feedback on Google products with Google employees, you may soon get your chance. The Google User Experience Research team has announced that it will be going on a road trip across the U.S. throughout March and April to get feedback direct from users.
Google User Experience Research works hard to create the best product experiences. We test our products at many phases — at the idea stage, through development, and after they ship — by asking people to try them and tell us what they think.
But when we're stuck in our offices, we miss opportunities to learn from all kinds of people. To get out in the world more often, we built a research van and are launching it with a cross-country road trip.
Google is vague concerning what it is seeking feedback on, but the team does say it will "help shape the future of Google." As for where Google will be, it says to look out for a white van popping up in cities like Atlanta, Georgia; Boulder, Colorado; Salt Lake City, Utah; and Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina. For exact dates, along with the full list of cities, be sure to check out Google's full tour map.
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