The series where the friendly folks from Spotify's design community answer questions sourced from readers (like you!).
This month, three Product Designers tell us about the considerations they need to make when creating for podcasters.
Senior UX Writer, Diane Murphy, walks us through the process the Personalization Team uses to name playlists at Spotify.
This is the story of how product designers at Spotify translated important pieces of the 2020 Wrapped brand campaign into a beautiful app experience.
What makes a great personalized playlist? Three Product Designers responsible for crafting Spotify's listening experience share their thoughts.
In January's 3x3, we chat better work and design practices for 2021. Find out what design resolutions Spotify Designers are making this new year.
In the second Ask Spotify Design our team offers a perspective on your design dilemmas while illustrator, Sofi Salazar, provides the final flourishes.
Engineers occupy a unique role within a design organization. Here, 3 engineers explain how they see it.
How is creating a voice user interface different from other design work? 3 Spotify Product Designers break it down (in 3 short sentences).
Discover how we made Past Lives, Spotify Design's first ever podcast about the unexpected paths people took to get to a career in design at Spotify.
In 3x3 this month, we ask Spotify Product Designers to share their techniques for maintaining collaboration at every stage of a project.
The creative minds behind Spotify Original podcast, Dissect, share their process for creating a powerful visual identity with each new season.
In the first Ask Spotify Design, our team dishes up answers to your questions with special sprinkles from a guest illustrator.
In this 3x3, we’re talking to Product Designers about what they’ve learned this year and how it’s changed their approach to work.
Three new members of the Spotify Design Team share their advice for starting a new job while working remotely.
Product Designers explore how designing for personalized experiences affects their work.
UX Writers share their thoughts on working from home for 90+ days.
Get noticed. Tell your design story. And don’t forget the data. This is our guide to getting hired at Spotify Design.
We followed four of our designers to see why they hacked, how they hacked, and what they learned during Spotify's Hack Week 2020.
An evening to challenge creatives to consider how their work influences the way people hear everything from the news to their favorite song.
Reflecting on projects at Spotify, we’ve come up with three principles we believe will help others design Machine Learning-powered experiences
UX designers and machine learning experts from across industries highlight the intersection of cutting-edge tech and human-centered design.
We hosted a Swedish Meetup (T12t) about digital accessibility and what it means for everyday design. Here's how the event went down.
Spotify Design and It's Nice That team up to discuss the kinds of ethical trade-offs that inevitably influence our work as designers.
Ethical design is something we’re spending more and more time thinking about at Spotify. Here's our take on how to tackle this hot button issue.
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