Design Archives — February 19, 2019

Artwork by Heena Trivedi, Google Interaction Designer

Editor’s note: We’re doing something a li’l different this week and resurfacing a trio of Google Design’s most useful and popular resources. Dig in and enjoy!

On brand

Google’s visual identity has certainly morphed over the last two decades—evolving from Larry Page’s first simple logo into a dynamic geometric logotype with the same multi-colored playfulness. Dive into the details of our latest iteration.

Revamp, revise, review

Ever had a unproductive design review? That’s what we thought. Whether you’re in the early, mid-stage, or post-implementation review phase—follow our simple guide to get the most out of your sessions.

Par excellence

Focused utility. Simple design. Crafted execution. UX Director Jens Riegelsberger explains how we use these three principles of Product Excellence as a rubric for putting users first. Download a PDF of the principles to guide your own work👇

Download: Product Excellence PDF

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