The social network formed the NPE Team—the NPE stands for New Product Experimentation—with the aim of creating new consumer-focused applications and features, and it said last week that once apps are developed and released, they will be branded as “NPE Team, from Facebook,” and they will be available via the traditional outlets: the iTunes App Store, Google Play and the web.
Prior to joining Twitter in 2014, he spent six years at Google, serving as product lead for YouTube and, before that, working on product marketing for Gmail, Chrome, Mac products and Google Voice.
Facebook had not responded to a request for comment at the time of this post.
Toff said in a tweet, “Now that we’ve moved to (California), I suppose it’s a good time to share what I’m up to next! In two weeks, I’ll be joining Facebook as a PM director starting up a new initiative under the recently formed NPE team. I can’t talk project specifics, but can share that I’ll be hiring. I’m looking to assemble a diverse and mighty two-pizza dream team full of creative can-doers, so if you’re a UX (user experience) designer or engineer (or both) and thrive in zero-to-one environments, HMU!”