A weekly newsletter with designy things
Work & Co has launched the first major redesign of the MTA subway map in decades, and acclaimed filmmaker Gary Hustwit documented the process of creating a new live map to help New Yorkers and tourists better plan their journeys.
See the Live Subway Map in action here. (Zoom in to see the subway cars move!)
Back in 2007 Gowalla launched as a social check-in app/game that competed with Foursquare and closed in 2012. And now they’re back, but this time as a worldwide augmented reality social game that inspires you to go all the places, and do all the things. 🤷♂️
With an updated logo by Jessica Hische.
Descript is a collaborative audio/video editor that works like a doc. It includes transcription, a screen recorder, publishing, full multitrack editing, and some mind-bendingly useful AI tools.
This has to be one of the best marketing video’s ever, love it! And the app looks like magic 🧙♂️
Check out Eric’s work, he does graphic design, brand identity & illustration. He also has a shop Alone Time Company where he sells his own designs on apparel, stickers & patches.
I came across his brilliant Trump Boxing glove from 2016 and found his portfolio full of great editorial illustrations end book covers. Just look at it! 😍
Halide is a beautiful camera app for iPhone that packs intuitive gestures, gorgeous details, and effortless ease of use. Designed to be used with one hand on all phones without compromising on power.
Read this blogpost that highlights all features:https://blog.halide.cam/introducing-halide-mkii-30f9f2bceac3
Richard Estes’s tranquil New York street views reveal a hyper-realistic reality, with beautiful light reflected in the glass of shop windows, cafes and office buildings.
Short documentary (in Dutch) 🎨