At the recent Accel Design Conference, Google’s head of design for Android, his holo-ness Matias Duarte, sat down for an interview with The Verge Editor-in-Chief Joshua Topolsky. The wide-ranging chat touched on how Duarte approaches design, some things he looks at when thinking about Android’s UX, and the death of mobile. How’s that for a teaser?
Duarte explains how design is a process for him, and how that figured into transitioning Android to a more user-friendly experience.
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Android Design Head Matias Duarte Talks About The Essence Of Design, Google I/O, And The Death Of Mobile was written by the awesome team at Android Police.