Design Snippets: How Notion onboards users

Design Snippets: How Notion onboards users


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In this first edition of Design Snippets, we explore how an email app called Notion successfully onboards users through user education, casual and friendly language, and sensitivity to user context.

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Design Snippets: Circuit’s simple and clean visual design

Design Snippets: Circuit’s simple and clean visual design


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In this installment of Design Snippets, we look at visual design elements in a transit-planning app called Circuit, and particularly how contrast, a clear visual language, subtle motion, and use of keylines make the app feel simple and easy to use.

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An Eye Fit for Liberty

An Eye Fit for Liberty


YouTube is a place where you can learn lots of things, like how to tie the perfect bowtie, or retile your kitchen in a weekend, or, in the case of former oil rig worker Dwayne Collins, how to make a superior prosthetic eye for your daughter.

Learn more about Dwayne and his journey at http://g.co/eyes and check out his recently opened practice Ocular Prosthetics at https://www.oculusprosthetics.com/

Nat & Friends: Music Experiments Sneak Peek

Nat & Friends: Music Experiments Sneak Peek


Music is a fun way to explore technologies, like coding, VR and machine learning. In this sneak peek, Nat & Friends show off some music experiments you can play online, including the A.I. experiment Infinite Drum Machine. Full video here → https://goo.gl/sVqFXa

Infinite Drum Machine
by Kyle McDonald, Manny Tan, Yotam Mann, and friends at Google Creative Lab → https://experiments.withgoogle.com/ai/drum-machine/view/

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Actions on Google: Internationalization

Actions on Google: Internationalization


Actions on Google Localization documentation: https://goo.gl/ab5qXp

Wayne Piekarski introduces how to handle different languages and locales with Actions on Google, for the Google Assistant. Developers can support multiple languages in the same Dialogflow projects, and customize apps to support many languages while being available only in specified locations.

Samples:
https://github.com/actions-on-google

Communities:
https://goo.gl/QcnFxN
https://goo.gl/Ubka8W


https://google.com/+WaynePiekarski

Check out the Actions on Google playlist: https://goo.gl/ZhXmtL

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Virtual Story Telling through Virtual World Building

Virtual Story Telling through Virtual World Building


We’ll discuss how we’ve gone from cave paintings on walls to immersive virtual worlds and what technology will serve as the platform to enable continuing these stories. We’ll look under the hook for developing on platforms like Improbable’s SpatialOS which allows you to build scalable and persistent worlds in a Virtual environment.

Made By Women: AR Experiments

Made By Women: AR Experiments


This summer, Google launched AR Experiments. Half were made by women. See more of their work and submit your own at https://g.co/ARExperiments

[November 2017] Hear from the creators of the latest AR Experiments: https://youtu.be/7SwZUNDsWaM