Imagen, New HIG, Crypto Logos, Pocket Operator, Feature Adoption

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June 8 2022

All these images were generated by Google’s latest text-to-image AI

theverge.com

Google has released its latest text-to-image AI system, named Imagen, and the results are extremely impressive.

AI News

Credit: The Verge

Meet the new Human Interface Guidelines

developer.apple.com

Apple’s Human Interface Guidelines (HIG) is a comprehensive resource for designers and developers looking to create great experiences.

Resources iOS

Credit: Apple

Here’s the real reason why all of the crypto logos look alike

fastcompany.com

The rise of each new technology creates a need to depict it graphically in a way that promotes recognition and acceptance.

Branding

Credit: Fast Company

Pocket Operator for Pixel

teenage.engineering

A Google and teenage engineering collaboration, pocket operator (for Pixel) lets you shoot video content & turn it into fun music and video cut-ups.

Sound Design UI Music

Credit: teenage engineering

Google: How to increase feature adoption the right way

growth.design

This case study shows you Google’s feature adoption strategy. Learn how to maximize new product releases with these 5 key principles.

Case Study Psychology UX

Credit: Growth.Design

 

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