• Jennifer Nguyen, 13 days ago

    As a designer, I don't find them very useful but I imagine that the target audiences are more so for prospective clients and partners. "Hey look at what we've done for this big client! You can be like this too". So it strikes me as more of a marketing tactic than anything. If you're looking for more in depth material, I would suggest following designers/design teams on Medium. For example: https://medium.com/google-design/evolution-of-android-homescreen-and-navigation-bad189d536f2

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    • Todd CantleyTodd Cantley, 13 days ago

      'it strikes me as more of a marketing tactic than anything'

      Pretty much this - Even when interviewing people, I'm not going to read 5000 words about how they draw wireframes. It's just there to look good 99% of the time.

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      • Paul MitPaul Mit, 13 days ago

        Todd, but what is most interesting when interviewing designer? Process, tools, oк what?

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        • Todd CantleyTodd Cantley, 13 days ago

          Depends on the job they're going for. If they're a visual designer, visual skills followed closely by their personality.

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          • Paul MitPaul Mit, 12 days ago

            Ok, if we are talking about UI Designer, what do you prefer to know, what would be interesting to you?

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            • Todd CantleyTodd Cantley, 12 days ago

              Sorry; should've clarified. I do mainly ui/ux work so for me a user interface is a visual designer. Same skillset :)

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    • Paul MitPaul Mit, 13 days ago

      Ok, thanks, got it!

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