From Frog Design: Facebook’s creative lead­er­ship prefers to develop new features and prod­ucts based on people and their online behavior, not tech­nology and algo­rithms — an approach the company calls “social design.” Christo­pher Cox, vice pres­i­dent of product, defines the concept as improving how people build human-to-human, versus human-to-inter­face, connec­tions online. Facebook’s social network, he says, is the virtual equiv­a­lent of an actual space in which people regu­larly gather to converse, play, collab­o­rate, and share. · Go to Facebook’s design strategy: A status update →