waving android

I am currently a software engineer at Google, where as a member of the Android platform team I build frameworks and user interfaces.

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February 7th, 2011

Above: The crowning achievement of my graphic design career (edging out the Slashdot thing).

Press clippings

  • “With a name like Honeycomb, it’s no surprise that the logo features a big blue bee for Android 3.0.” —Huffington Post
  • “The glowing cybernetic bee sports blue stripes, an ethereal glow, and a definite sting. It’s by far the slickest Android logo so far” —cnet uk
  • “It’s pretty damn awesome and I hope to see many wallpapers with it as the main subject. But we can’t break the cycle, Google – this thing needs to go onto the front lawn of building 44.” —Phandroid
  • “Daddy. Bumblebees are not blue.” —my son

Update 2/2:

Update 18-Nov-2013:

It’s been pretty quiet on the Honeycomb front for a while, although you do still see the beedroid here and there. The most promising recent incarnation is HoneyDru, a BeeOS-themed car version of their Andru desktop charger:

(Images via AndroidPolice)

3 responses

  1. Amar  

    grats man. it looks great.

    comment posted at 4:59 am on 07 Feb 2011

  2. Dave Peck  

    I thought that had a dsandler look about it. Nicely done!

    comment posted at 1:12 pm on 07 Feb 2011

  3. Blair  

    Yeah, but what does it have to do with pastries?

    comment posted at 7:50 pm on 21 Feb 2011

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