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As a Design Advocate at Google, Kurtuldu is trying to iron out some of the issues that can cause friction between designers and developers with Designer vs Developer, a six-part YouTube series and podcasts. Released every two weeks, each episode deals with a different issue, from effective collaboration to whether too much testing and data ruins the creative process. All the episodes will be posted here on the CR site.

In episode 3, Kurtuldu speaks to Ade Oshineye, Developer Advocate on the Google Developers Relations Team, about the influence of the archaic language of print on web design.

Here, Kurtuldu discusses the wider issues around terminology and how it can limit our imagination:

“If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses”. This quote is often attributed to Henry Ford. Even though there is

Article source: https://www.creativereview.co.uk/designing-for-the-web/

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