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295: Public Critique and The Facebook Redesign

This week, we discuss the usefulness of public design critiques, given Brian's eventful week of tweeting stuff. Then we dive deep on the new Facebook redesign, especially the details of the desktop version. And as always, we share a couple cool things like a financial app and a sneaker channel.


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Industry Talk:


App Redesign:


One Cool Thing:

  • Brian shared Rollie, "a simpler way to check your spending and balances"
  • Rollie uses Plaid, "the easiest way for users to connect their bank accounts to an app"
  • Marshall shared Seth Fowler, a YouTuber with an industrial design background who makes videos about sneakers full-time
  • In his "If I Designed" series, Seth renders reimaginings of classic shoes

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