What value does this provide over StackOverflow, but for design?
UX StackExchange tends towards more objective, fine-grained design issues (typically UI design issues) —if you see the list of recent questions, you'll see things like "pencil icon for create vs. edit."
Playbook positions itself as "actionable career advice," which is not at all what StackExchange provides in my experience. The questions are much more about process, workflows, advice.
So I think the title of this post is a bit of a misnomer. I've found both sites useful, but they're quite different in terms of subject matter.
Excellent summary, thank you!
Great summary, Thomas!
Seems cool. Is there a search function?
Guess it's finally time to make a Twitter account...
Hey Terell! Email/password signup coming soon!
This is simply brilliant!
what about if you don't have a twitter or facebook account?
Hey Dan! Email/password signup coming soon!
Great, thanks Jared. It looks like it could turn into a fun/productive design community
Exactly what I have been looking for as I don't have an active design community here in Albuquerque (hellohello are there any of you listening?).
The Writing Guidelines provided after signing up should be standard for all social media platforms.
Imagine a Facebook or Twitter interjecting when the tone and frequency exchange between people becomes destructive and a Clippy pops up "Are you sure you want to continue arguing with your mother-in-law about global warming?".
Thanks, Aryon! More coming soon :)