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Download: Google's expanded material design palette for the OSX system color picker

Liam Spradlin

Yesterday, I got an invite to Zeplin. For those who don't know, Zeplin (at zeplin.io) is a new tool that intends to make life easier for designers and front-end developers by allowing designers to import artboards from Sketch, generating measurements, colors, and font books for whatever kind of project you're working on, be it Android, iOS, or web. Naturally, I downloaded Sketch (which I had been hearing a lot about) to give it a shot.

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The Case of the Spinning Hamburger: Interface Chrome vs Invisible UX

Liam Spradlin

Recently, I wrote an editorial/observational design post for Android Police about the many faces of Google's hamburger navigation drawer. The purpose of the post was to break down all the different hamburger drawers Google has implemented in the past several weeks, and how they are different from the spec Google released months ago at its I/O conference.

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Google says 'be together, not the same' in new Android ads, and it's great

Liam Spradlin

The Android world is buzzing about tomorrow's expected unveiling of new Google-backed Nexus hardware, but it seems Google accidentally(?) loosed a new ad campaign early last night with a series of "Be together, not the same" spots that are pitch-perfect to Android's marketing needs right now.

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Can 'eBay for the win' Win Would-be Phone Flippers?

Liam Spradlin

eBay has a new campaign running on TV and online, with the tag line "for the win."

The ad's statement is on point - eBay is a really good place for selling your old phone. The online marketplace is so confident in this that it can make itself more appealing by offering the promise of a $100 coupon if your phone doesn't sell. That's awesome.

What's not necessarily awesome is the way the ad is executed.

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