SERIESWireframe Podcast Wireframe reveals the stories behind user experience design and how it helps technology fit into our lives. It’s a unique, highly produced podcast for UX/UI designers, graphic designers, and the design-curious. Hosted by Khoi Vinh, one of Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business. Choose your favorite podcast player to subscribe to Wireframe. Learn more.→ XD Ideas / Perspectives / Wireframe Podcast / Is Good Design Good for You? – Season 1, Episode 5Is Good Design Good for You? – Season 1, Episode 5 Patrick Faller Sep 30, 2019In episode six of Wireframe, Khoi Vinh and producer Rikki Novetsky take a look at the intersection of ethics and design and explore the controversy of addictive UX design by tracing the origins of Facebook’s famous Like button.Initially conceived as a way of easily spreading positivity, this tiny but momentous bit of UI resulted in massive, unintended consequences and has since become a model for creating products you love so much that you can’t put them down, for better or worse. Listen to the podcast to hear the story, and click here to read a full transcript of this episode. Episode 6 Wireframe Podcast Words by Patrick Faller Patrick is a writer, editor, and award-winning journalist specializing in articles, blog posts, and videos that support creative tools. At the helm of his own agency, he creates and coordinates content, community, and communications in the technology, design, and video game sectors. →Get XD Ideas delivered weekly to your inbox. Free. Sign UpRelated Content → Wireframe PodcastWhy Are Elections So Hard to Design Well? – Season 3, Episode 6 By Patrick FallerThe fundamental design feature of a democratic society is a citizen’s right to vote. But ensuring that every… Wireframe PodcastCan an App Actually Help You Sleep? – Season 3, Episode 5 By Patrick FallerThe sleep-aid market is a multi-billion dollar industry, but do apps designed to help us sleep really help? App DesignApp Design: Expert Guidelines for Creating a Successful App By Oliver LindbergThe way we all consume content has changed dramatically over the last few years. Desktop internet usage is… Social ImpactWho’s Responsible for Preventing Dark Patterns? By Sophie TahranDesigners are uniquely positioned to stop the madness—how can they make the changes we desperately need?