Quantitative UX Researcher, Fitbit Premium
- Bachelor's degree in Human-Computer Interaction, Cognitive Science, Statistics, Psychology, Anthropology, a related field, or equivalent practical experience.
- Experience in a programming language for data manipulation and computational statistics (e.g., Python, R, MATLAB, C++, Java, or Go), and SQL.
- Experience in multivariate statistics and design of experiments.
- Experience in cross-functional product areas/teams.
- Master's degree or PhD in Human-Computer Interaction, Cognitive Science, Statistics, Psychology, Anthropology, a related field, or equivalent practical experience.
- Experience in programming computational and statistical algorithms for large data sets.
- Excellent understanding of research questions and technical tools for the analysis of data.
- Ability to manage multiple projects concurrently, and adapt to changing schedules and priorities.
About the job
At Google, we follow a simple but vital premise: "Focus on the user and all else will follow." User Experience Researchers (UXRs) make this possible.
Google User Experience (UX) is made up of multi-disciplinary teams of UX Designers, Researchers, Writers, Content Strategists, Program Managers, and Engineers: we care deeply about the people who use our products. The UX team plays an integral part in gathering insights about the needs, attitudes, emotions, and behaviors of people who use our products to inspire and inform design. We collaborate closely with each other and with engineering and product management to create industry-leading products that deliver value for the people who use them, and for Google’s businesses.
As a User Experience Researcher (UXR), you’ll help your team of UXers, product managers, and engineers understand user needs. You’ll work with stakeholders across functions and levels and have impact at all stages of product development. You’ll play a critical role in creating useful, usable, and delightful products. You’ll explore user behaviors and motivations by conducting primary research such as field studies, interviews, diary studies, participatory workshops, ethnography, surveys, usability testing, and logs analysis.
The UXR community at Google is unique and will help you do your best work. You’ll have the opportunity to work with and learn from UXRs across Google through regular meetups, mentor programs, and access to internal research tools.
Fitbit’s wide range of innovative products, including smartwatches, trackers, and a smart scale, help people lead healthier, more active lives by empowering them with data, inspiration, and guidance to reach their health and fitness goals. Coupled with our leading software and Fitbit Premium, our immersive platform experience delivers personalized experiences, insights, and guidance to support our users’ health and wellness. Fitbit’s mission has always been to help make everyone in the world healthier and now, as part of Google we’ll be able to make health even more accessible to everyone.
- Drive and lead quantitative research across early stage product development, through quantitative analysis, logs analysis, feature experimentation, and behavioral science to help influence product decisions.
- Work closely with Product Management, UX, and Engineering partners to demonstrate the value of quantitative user research.
- Collaborate with team members to adapt and develop new methods for interpreting product data.
- Help inform product design decisions based on logs metrics and survey based metrics.
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