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Design Department Guidelines
Please review the slides and notes in 'Slack for the Design Department'.
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All designers should actively participate in these channels.
- #d-design — 📣 global announcements — anything posted should be relevant to the whole department
- #des-ops — operational information — everything tool or process related
- #des-public-relations — social media initiatives — Dribble, Twitter, Instagram, etc
Designers in these teams should join them, but all are welcome to join (and leave) as topics are relevant to them.
- #des-discussion — design-related topics where anyone can bring for discussion
- #s-liferay-design — updates and discussion related to https://liferay.design
- #s-help-liferay-design — updates and discussion related to https://help.liferay.design
- #d-comm-design — Official channel for Communication Design
- #d-product-design — Official channel for Product Design + Design Research
- #t-lexicon — updates and discussion related to Lexicon
- #d-prod-des-emea — Official channel for EMEA
- #d-prod-des-latam — Official channel for Latin America
- #d-prod-des-na — Official channel for North America
Tagging these groups sends a notification to everyone in that group, use wisely.
@design — Design Department
@communication-design — Communication Design Department
@product-design — Product Design Department
Our recommended settings for notifications are:
- Notify me about..
- Direct messages, mentions & keywords
- Replies to threads I’m following
Do Not Disturb
- Customize to the hours you’d like to be available — be sure to balance availability for people in other time zones with time for you to get rest.
Sound & appearance
- Mute all sounds
- Don’t show a badge on Slack’s icon
- Don’t bounce Slack’s icon
- Be liberal in your use of the Do Not Disturb functionality on your laptop and phone.
#LiferayHack: option + clicking the icon in the menu bar toggles DND mode.
Other Notification Settings
- Sometimes the best productivity boosters are the most basic — during focused time put your phone on silent, disable vibrate, and put it face-down on your desk.
- Apple: Set up Screen Time limits that make sense for you.
- Google: Explore the digital wellbeing settings in the places that make sense for you.