Tim Feeley’s Bio
Lead Product Manager
I boomeranged back to Google after spending some time in the Fintech space.
These days, I’m working to protect the privacy and security of user information and credentials as part of our Privacy & Security organization.
Joined the Goldman Sachs Marcus leadership team, responsible for building a full-stack Identity and Account Opening platform used across all Marcus lines of business.
Responsible for the end-to-end user experiences that people use to create, access and manage their Google Accounts, as well as the platforms and APIs used by Google teams and third-party developers.
We optimized sign-up, sign-in and account recovery experiences and migrated Alphabet’s acquisitions (like Nest and Fitbit) to use Google infrastructure.
Established and interated the shared Interface Library used across Facebook, containing the design artifacts, cross-platform code and implementation guidance to craft beautiful, simple interfaces.
We helped teams experiment on their local products and incorporated winning experiments into the library for all products to benefit.
Created and led the Site Experience team, tasked with improving how travelers navigated Tripadvisor across web and mobile devices.
We systematically improved the UX of key site elements like search, navigation, maps, photo viewing and review writing, as well as developing new product lines for airports, neighborhoods and destination tourism organizations.
I worked as a developer for my University, became a professsional services engineer for a MIT Media Lab startup, and grew out the Product and UX practice at Manhunt, the world’s pioneer of online gay social networking.