Deana Anglin is a senior user experience researcher at Google with over 10 years of experience doing user-centered design research. As a designer of global products and services, Anglin is most often found in-field learning about people across Asia, Africa, Europe, and North America. Her work informs product strategy and innovation in new markets, most notably Google's food and home services delivery platform launched in India last year. She is also a UX mentor to emerging-market startups in Google's Launchpad accelerator program.

Anglin received a Ph.D. in Computing from Georgia Tech where she focused on design at the margins - designing with and for the refugee and immigrant community. Her research landed her several prestigious fellowships and awards from companies like Intel and Google. Her work is published at top venues such as CHI, Ubicomp, and IFIP.


Ph.D., Human-Centered Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology

MS, Human-Computer Interaction (IT), Rochester Institute of Technology

BS, Computer Science, Math, & Spanish, Lawrence University