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Learn how Star Trek, empathy, and accessibility are shaping Voice User Interfaces by watching the latest Design Is [...] talk with VUI Design Lead Nandini Stocker: goo.gl/iH95kB

Find out more about the Design Is [...] speaker series by visiting our coverage on Medium: goo.gl/1oum48
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Fast track your design work with all the tools and resources from the new Design Sprint Kit site! It's a one-stop-shop for everything you need to spark innovation, encourage user-centered thinking, align your team under a shared vision, and get your product to launch. #designsprints

designsprintkit.withgoogle.com
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Introducing the #MaterialDesign Color Tool – A new resource for creating color schemes, testing accessibility, and previewing your UI in color: material.io/color

Whether you're dabbling in Millennial Pink or refining an existing color scheme, the new Material Design Color Tool makes it easy to create, share, and apply color palettes to a sample UI across a range of Material Design components. You can also use the tool to test the accessibility of your product’s text and color combinations using WCAG legibility standards. Learn more: material.io/color

In addition to the Color Tool, today's release includes updated Material Design guidance on text fields, a new section on text field boxes, and added resources for guidance on right-to-left icons. See what's new: goo.gl/QyHs2w
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"Experimentation is integral to working in a nascent medium like VR, both in terms of the technology itself and in the way it’s presented."

Get inspired by watching this 360-degree video with #Daydream, then read +Google VR's 5 rules for branding in 3D: goo.gl/KqHd0s

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Check out the spring edition of our #GoogleDesign newsletter for an inside look at 2016 design highlights, #MaterialDesign case studies, and much more. If you need a bit of design inspiration, you might especially enjoy this edition’s "5 Things to Love Right Now", picked by interaction designer +Kevin Kwok: http://goo.gl/9v3esu

What tech-infused artworks are inspiring you this spring?
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What do inclusivity, virtual spaces, and ethics have to do with design? Everything. Introducing [Design Is [...], a new monthly speaker series on the future of design and creativity. Each public talk is centered on a theme—human, inclusive, immersive—and the series will highlight a broad range of perspectives on everything from human-centered design to VR and ethics. Learn more: goo.gl/YjEOSE

The series kicks off today in Google's San Francisco office with VUI Design Lead Nandini Stocker. Today's event is full, but follow Design Is [...] coverage on Medium for details on upcoming speakers, and video (posted two weeks after each event), and information on how to RSVP for future talks.
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Designing a brand in VR? Joshua To of #Daydream embraces the medium’s frontier spirit to share 5 lessons he’s learned branding Google’s mobile VR platform—goo.gl/KqHd0s

#Daydream is hiring! Check out open design jobs and apply now: https://goo.gl/D7LE9S
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“We really want to be there for users, with vibrancy and energy, when they complete a task. The unicorn and narwhal are celebrations for when teammates help each other do great things.”
— Paul Velleux, Designer, Asana

Learn how +Asana expresses their brand through color, motion, and playful animations in our latest #MaterialDesign case study: goo.gl/IIMjJX
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What’s the secret to designing attention-grabbing stickers? Designers and #GoogleAllo sticker experts Jennifer Daniel, Domitille Collardey, Alice Moloney, and Emily Meinhardt discuss the ins and outs of creating these miniature artworks—touching on everything from character development and inspiration, to the unique process of creating more than 500 custom stickers. goo.gl/ywmq2A
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“The most crucial point in my sketching process can be summed up in simple terms: vision first, words second.”
— Naohisa Inoue, SPAN Tokyo

Watch Inoue’s inspiring talk and many others from #SPAN16 Tokyo, including Eiko Nagase, Masamichi Udagawa, and Deyan Sudjic: goo.gl/cQP67w
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