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4 Key Insights From The 57-Day Redesign Of Google+

THE LEAD DESIGNER OF GOOGLE+ SHARES THE SECRET SAUCE AND HARD THINKING BEHIND ITS RECENT REDESIGN.

After a mere 6 months on the market, Google released their first major redesign of Google+. If you check your profile now, you should see the latest version. And if your taste is anything like ours, you’ll agree that it feels better in just about every way.

via 4 Key Insights From The 57-Day, Blitzkrieg Redesign Of Google+ | Co.Design: business + innovation + design.

The Neglected Necessities Of Design – Smashing Magazine

Right now is an exciting time to be in the Web design community. Every month we seem to stumble on a new thought-provoking way to put our expanding tool set to use for our clients and the patrons of the Web. Many designers are chomping at the bit to litter their websites with new CSS, advanced HTML and ultra-engaging JavaScript. By all means, go out and use every last declaration and element you can get your hands on. Abusing, misusing and taking advantage of everything the Web could possibly offer is the best way to learn about what we can and can’t and should and shouldn’t do in future.

via The Neglected Necessities Of Design – Smashing Magazine.

Sketchboard before you wireframe | Think Vitamin

At Future of Web Design this week, Aarron Walter has been talking a lot about Sketchboarding. This is a process that Adaptive Path pioneered. In this post I’ll quickly explain the idea and how it will help you.

via Sketchboard before you wireframe | Think Vitamin.

Brand and Interaction Design Services

User-Centred Design is a way of working which encourages the balance of both a business’ targets, with the aims and expectations of the target audience. It’s a methodology which has been used in product design for a long time, and is gaining much traction in the realm of designing for the web, mobile and software.

via Brand and Interaction Design Services – Dean Vipond.