Judging by the vibe at Google's weekly user-interface design meeting, which Fortune sat in on one recent Monday, these people have no problem getting down to business. Just before the proceedings begin, a dozen Googlers sit around a conference room, fiddling with their laptops. Their affect is studiously casual, but the giant digital clock on the wall gives another impression: This is a no-bumbling zone.
Run by Marissa Mayer, the company's VP of search products and user experience, it's the meeting where the look and feel of Google's products are hammered out.
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