A weekly conversation about design process and culture. Hosted by Marshall Bock and Brian Lovin.
442: It Doesn't Have to Be Right
This week, we share stories and lessons from some of our most memorable mentors.
441: WWDC 2022
This week, we recap all of our favorite...design details...announced at this week's WWDC.
440: Don’t Call It a Design Critique
This week, we talk about how to make design critiques more fun, and how to encourage teams to share their work-in-progress more often.
439: Config 2022
This week, we cover all of the exciting new releases from Config 2022, and do a deep dive into the new version of Auto Layout.
438: Dissecting Substack’s Podcast Player
This week, we dissect Substack’s new podcast player design, talking about both the pixels and the strategic advantage of sharing craft-specific content on Twitter. In the Sidebar, we talk about the nature and risks of critiquing software as podcasters and design practitioners.
437: Scaling Design Critique
This week, we talk about methods to scale design critiques with a growing team. In the Sidebar, we dig into the...details...of Figma's latest UI changes which adds file type icons to file tabs.
fun and informative
listening to deep dives about programming and design is amazing, and the hosts manage to keep it fun and refreshing every episode
Entertaining, insightful and empowering! 👏👏👏
Whether you’re well established as someone who can translate creative energy into the impact you want to have on the world, or just getting started as a catalyst for change - this is a must-listen podcast for you! Brian and Marshall do an incredible job leading conversations that cover a huge breadth of topics related to the ins and outs of building a thriving career and life you can be proud of as a designer - from leaders who’ve actually walked the path. Highly recommend listening and subscribing!
Big fan here 👋 & Should I post questions here?
Love design details 😊. Contents are helpful and great companions for young professions who are new to this industry. Highly recommend 🥳 !
Currently, I am focused on finding an Internship/Junior product/UX designer opportunities while learning continuously. I believe in "learning by doing". Two main questions:
My interest is products for education/architecture. Considering my background, it seems hard for me to even get a practice opportunity. Considering gain experience asap is vital for now, should I look at any possible practice opportunity instead of focusing on my interest?
I have applied to many firms including large corporations/design agencies. (mostly internships) I find it is hard to get HR's attention to my website. (I checked my website stats constantly) I assumed they ignored me instantly after browsing my resume (background as an architectural designer/without HCI related degrees) Is there any advice you could think of to solve this issue?
BTW, do we have design details community?