Matt Jones is a Principal Designer at Google AI. He has been designing digital products and services since 1995. In 1997, he was creative director for the launch of BBC News Online. Between 2003-2007, he worked at Nokia on areas as diverse as tangible/physical interfaces and the human experience of play.
In 2007 he co-founded and designed the digital travel startup Dopplr.com, which was acquired by Nokia in 2009. From 2009-2013 he was a principal at BERG, a design and invention company in London that had projects exhibited in MoMA, and products featured in the FT, FastCompany, Wired and Marvel comics.
In 2013 he moved to New York City to join Google Creative Lab where projects he worked on included http://spacecraftforall.com, http://google.com/onhub and http://google.com/sunroof. In 2016 he returned to London as part of Google's Research & Machine Intelligence division.
He originally studied Architecture, has written on interaction design (amongst other things) for 20 years at http://www.magicalnihilism.com and has taught design at the RCA, Goldsmiths, SVA, Umea and CIID.