We work across the company to bring the Uber brand to life, both inside and outside our walls.
When you work at the forefront of an entirely new category, you're the one writing the script. New thinking is the norm.
Uber has become a part of the everyday lives of millions of people. What you create is felt far and wide.
Teams around the world are working together to expand and strengthen the Uber brand.
“Every day poses new challenges that impact the entire business, and being part of solving those problems is extremely rewarding. ”
“We’re an eclectic team of storytellers that get to shape the narrative around our brand to people around the world. That’s a pretty awesome challenge and opportunity every day.”
“We have people who have come here from all walks of life, and from all over the world. It is a diverse, beautiful melting pot of thoughts, ideas, and cultures.”
“There is never a dull moment. Things move really fast, so you have to be nimble and love the pace.”
Brand Experience / February 2019
A tech startup turned global mobility platform in eight short years deserves a holistic brand system that’s instantly recognizable, works around the world, and is efficient to execute.
US / September 2017
70% of the deaf are unemployed. Uber is helping with our Driver app specially designed for the deaf and hard of hearing, offering them an opportunity to earn a living. We taught riders how to sign names in American Sign Language to communicate with our community of deaf and hard of hearing drivers.
Uber Presents / September 2018
In Brooklyn, hustle is the only thing that moves faster than change. This Spike Lee Joint follows the journey of five Uber drivers as they chase down their dream in New York's biggest borough.
Father's Day / June 2017
Uber has given mobility back to the elderly. We gave 82 year-old Frank Sr the feeling of freedom of his very first car by sending his 1952 Oldsmobile as his very first Uber.
Uber Air / September 2018
The reality of urban air transportation is closer than you think. In fact, Uber Air has already started exploring the barriers we’ll need to overcome in order to make vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) a reality.