Hi, I'm Glenn, the UX lead on the Platform Search team at Salesforce in San Francisco, CA.
This is some of my most recent work.
Search in Lightning empowers people to quickly and correctly find the records and apps they need to get work done in Salesforce.
Trust is the first priority for Salesforce, and when you log in we want the experience to be friendly, efficient and helpful.
Signal is a simple and secure text and phone app for iOS, Android and Chrome. Signal on the desktop is a Chrome that app allows users to text their friends that use Signal directly from their laptop or desktop computers.
Salesforce Authenticator makes it easy to keep your data secure. Authenticator uses contextual authentication and location-based automation to make two-factor more powerful and easier on the user.
Search on Salesforce1 helps customers find the data they need before that big meeting, when working in the field, or when on the go.
The App Launcher connects users to the apps they need to work. Users can access their apps globally and can drag and drop apps into their preferred order.
Zinio makes global journalism accessible to everyone with an internet connection. I was their mobile designer and worked on smartphone and tablet apps for iOS, Android, Windows and RIM.
I'm the UX lead for the Platform Search team at Salesforce, working on Lightning, Salesforce1, Communities and Console products. As a member of the team, I work with designers, product managers, engineers, user researchers, data scientists, performance engineers and more to deliver an efficient, beautiful and consistent search experience across Salesforce products.
I've previously lead the UX for the Authentication & Identity teams. Some awesome projects were redesigning the Salesforce Authenticator apps on iOS, Apple Watch, Android and Android Wear, a code-less two-factor authentication experience, a password-less login experience, and redesigning and contributing code to the Salesforce login page.
I love working with people, thinking big and setting ambitious goals.
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