Design GoldApr 22, 2019
Design Hiring Demystified: Crafting Portfolios & Acing Interview
Welcome to the latest episode of Design Gold! In this insightful installment, we delve into the fascinating world of design hiring, portfolios, and interviews. Whether you're a seasoned designer looking to make your next career move or a fresh talent eager to kickstart your design journey, this episode is packed with valuable tips and expert advice to help you stand out in the competitive job market.
Join our hosts as they share their firsthand experiences and industry insights on what it takes to ace the design hiring process. From crafting an attention-grabbing portfolio to acing the interview, we leave no stone unturned in exploring the dos and don'ts of impressing potential employers.
Exploring Apple Vision Pro's Creative Potential
It's Apple season! In this episode we talk about WWDC, Apple's World Wide Developer Conference the updates and the new, most specifically talking about the Apple Vision Pro and the new design language it introduces with what they are calling Spatial Computing.
A Look Back at CES 2020
This is going to be a long one. Lots of exciting things happened at CES 2020 and on this episode Jonathan and I talk about several different highlights and what’s shifting at the show, what all these technology changes mean for the world of consumer tech and where design fits in to the picture.
In this episode we discuss the various ways video has changed over the years, specifically how we consume it. Should the burden for more immersive video experiences be put on the viewer or the creators? Who should act as the author to the media?
Why does everything need an app?!?!
Why is it that everything need an app from toasters to skateboards? In this episode we discuss the ramifications of product organizations relying on companion apps and how that effects the user experience of their hardware product. How can we build companion apps that build on top of the already great experience of the product?
How do we build trust with our users and keep it? Can we make authentication into systems seamless and still secure? And more broadly what is security? Will technology solve all our security problems or does it require people to intervene? Lots of questions and hopefully lots of insights :P
Door Handles: Push it, Twist it, Pull it
In this first episode of the Design Gold podcast, we discuss doors, door handles and why doors are so difficult to sort out. Are they push, pull, slide or something else?