Munish Dabas
Interaction Design

Munish Dabas

Current position
Senior UX Engineer at Google
Skills
User Experience
UI Design
HTML5
CSS
JavaScript
After Effects
Animation

Personal web
http://munishdabas.com/
Social

THE COURSES

  • Holistic Product Design: Ideate, Prototype, Test

About

A Senior UX Engineer at Google, Munish applies his user-centric iterative design approach to lead prototyping efforts across Google Maps. Prior to Google he was a product design lead at Amazon, lead technologist at Sports Illustrated Digital where his work garnered awards from the FWA and AdAge, and an interactive developer at Fantasy Interactive.

With regards to academia, he taught Interactive Design at NYU and has lectured on Google Design and prototyping at SJSU and Savannah College of Art & Design. His hybrid education includes an MFA from Parsons, and an undergraduate degree in Computer Science.

Experience

Senior UX Engineer
Google
October 2013 – Present | San Francisco Bay Area

UX Lead
Amazon
June 2012 – October 2013 | New York

Adjunct Professor of Design
New York University
January 2011 – October 2013

Technical Products Lead
Sports Illustrated
July 2009 – June 2012

Interactive Developer
Fantasy
August 2008 – July 2009

Director of Design & Development
Second Thought
November 2004 – July 2008

Education

Parsons School of Design - The New School
MFA, Design & Technology
2002 – 2004

Vassar College
BA, Computer Science
1998 – 2002

Honors & Awards

  • FWA Mobile of the Day (10/12/2011) ​– Sports Illustrated Football Rivals App
  • FWA Site of the Day (04/07/2011) ​– 2011 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Model Search
  • 2010 Ad Age Media Vanguard Award (11/29/2010) ​– SI.com Just Askin’
  • Adobe Site of the Day (12/13/2005) ​- ESPN The Weekend
  • Communication Arts Site of the Week (03/10/2003) ​- The Evidence Project

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