Google, Facebook, and Twitter are 3 of the most visited websites on the web, and some of the biggest companies on the planet. Although all 3 started off with humble beginnings, they quickly grew into the companies we know them as today.
Each of these businesses have amazing offices all over the world, and in this post you’ll get to take a look inside each of their headquarters and see what it’s like to work inside one of these websites which you probably visit numerous times every day.
Google’s HQ in California
More cool creative spaces for the Google employees to get their creativity going A model tram coming out of the wall in one of the rooms on Campus
Another one of the many creative spots scattered around the Google Offices for the employees to relax and come up with fresh ideas Not one, but two full-sized basketball courts with flood-lighting.
Another outdoor activity for the employees of Google – a putting green. One of the creativity zones around Google’s campus Another outdoor space in the Google Campus Twitter’s HQ in San Francisco
The Twitter HQ Office from the outside.
One of the smaller meeting/conference rooms inside the building
The Twitter HQ Cafeteria A waiting/reception room at the Twitter HQ
Snacks and drinks in a section of the cafeteria Another – more professional looking – meeting or conference room
A place to get away from work and relax for a little while Yet another meeting room
Another view of the cafeteria, you can see the snack bars over in the back corner
The lobby Some of the décor you’ll notice around the building’s interior Facebook’s HQ in California
A ‘Hacker Way’ street sign in the parking lot, highlighting their HQ’s vanity address – 1 Hacker Way.
The Facebook Cafeteria
There are lots of open and creative workspaces, they’re not your typical looking offices.
Free sweets and snacks on offer at a pit stop in the campus.
One of the chalkboards that grace the Facebook walls for employees to write on.
There are 5 bars scattered around the Facebook campus, all fully stocked and with beer on top.
One of the custom Facebook vending machines which sell items such as USB cords for connecting your iPhone to your Mac.
One of the chill out spots for when employees need to take a break from the office.
The “Facebook Wall” at the entrance of the HQ building. These walls are also scattered around the campus. If these offices look more appealing to you than your current work setup, then why not check out their job openings? These companies always have positions to fill!
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