How to Design V1 Products and Live to Talk About It

Lia Garvin
Feb 9, 2018 · 7 min read
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www.pexels.com

Use patterns grounded in the real world

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User interacting with augmented reality objects on a tabletop — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ttdPqly4OF8

Prototype it

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Wireframes can be great ways to prototype user flows — www.pexels.com

Lean on existing visual systems

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Excerpt from Material Design, Color — https://material.io/guidelines/style/color.html#color-usability

Process exists for everything

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3D character creation process I’ve used in past projects

Research is your friend

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A/B test user flows and get quick insights — https://www.pickfu.com/

Keep your eye on the why

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Find your Why — Simon Sinek

Resources:

Google Design

Stories by Googlers on the practice of design and technology

Lia Garvin

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Sr Operations Manager @Google & Leadership Coach. Passion for organizing groups into inclusive, happy, and effective teams. Previously at Apple & Microsoft.

Google Design

Stories by Googlers on the practice of design and technology. For editorial content and more visit design.google

Lia Garvin

Written by

Sr Operations Manager @Google & Leadership Coach. Passion for organizing groups into inclusive, happy, and effective teams. Previously at Apple & Microsoft.

Google Design

Stories by Googlers on the practice of design and technology. For editorial content and more visit design.google

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