In the 39th edition of Design Brief, we’ve got some great design tips from guys from Uber, Facebook and Netguru. You will also learn what Snapchat and Donald Trump have in common, why chatbots fail and what to expect at a job interview for a designer position. Enjoy!
Efficient product design requires that skills of particular team members are allocated properly so that members can make the most out of their capabilities. Check out a great set of five handy exercises by Mateusz Czajka which help determine how many designers are necessary to your project’s success. Read more
What does UI design and Donald Trump have in common? They are both unconventional and controversial in their approaches. But what can you, as a designer, actually learn from those strategies? Read more
“On the driver team at Uber, one of our jobs is to take the pressure off of drivers, so that they can focus on smooth and stress-free rides for everybody.” Great tips and insightful findings about navigation design from Cady Wachsman, Design Manager of Cartography at Uber. Read more
Chatbots look like a great way for companies to automate more and more processes in their businesses. The reality is far from perfection, though – chatbots still fail to replace human interactions and here are the reasons why. Read more
Lessons learned from the making of the Facebook 360 app for Gear VR delivered by Gabriel Valdivia. A bunch of great tips for designers who want to start, or have already started, their adventure with VR design. Read more
Landing a job is already hard work itself. It requires much effort from on your part to convince a potential employer that you’re the one that should be hired, especially for a designer position. The interview plays a crucial part in an applicant’s success. Knowing what questions can be asked will definitely improve the odds of success. Read more