Leading UX on Project Fi: Interview with Jay Wong from Google

Jay Wong is the UX Lead on Project Fi, Google’s phone carrier service that aims to provide a better phone plan. Lauched in 2015, it utilizes the best available network between Wi-Fi and three 4G LTE networks — Sprint, T-Mobile and US Cellular.

Depending on the signal strength and speed, Project Fi automatically switches between networks and transitions between Wi-Fi and cellular networks. The idea behind it is that by “designing across hardware, software and connectivity, people can connect and communicate, better.”

The three focus areas of Project Fi are:

Establishing the highest quality connection

, which is done by seamlessly transitioning between Wi-fi and cellular networks via an automatic VPN.

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