A weekly newsletter with designy things
In this interview former president Barack Obama identifies the greatest threats to the American experiment, explains why he’s still hopeful, and opens up about his new book, “A Promised Land” his memoir (part 1 of 2).
Michal Malewicz talks about the incorrect approach many design tools take when talking about “collaboration”. I agree, it seems weird to me to be working together at the same time in the same design file, or having a client watch you design. 🥺 (Via Halfvet)
This NYT podcast series explains how the internet is changing who we are. Using Youtube’s recommendation algorithm as a case study, you’ll hear about one man’s journey from mild Obama supporter to believer in racist far-right conspiracies. Very interesting (and scary) stuff tbh. 😳
Who is responsible for climate change? The complexity of the problem makes a simple answer elusive. And yet, responsibility matters—not just for assigning blame, but for finding strategic levers for future change.
This interactive story features great visualisation of emissions and talks about seven simple demands to hold fossil fuel companies accountable. 🧐
(via Dense Discovery)
This leading experience design agency works for the world’s most renowned brands—including Google, Apple, Patagonia, and Airbnb. And they are now …part of DEPT. 😳
I like their work (and the way they present it) but why do they hijack my scroll-speed 😖
This company does letterpress, spot color printing, packaging, & paper products for designers, agencies, stationers, and brands.
You can browse their portfolio to learn about their capabilities (with print budgets!) before requesting a quote. And they even offer a learning database for designers to educate themselves on print processes and designing for them.
I really enjoyed listening to Michael Kiwanuka, singing five of his best songs from his flat in London.
I was a huge fan of The Fresh Prince in the 90s (I vividly remember trying to duplicate the logo) and now – 30 years later – HBO is bringing the Banks family back together! 😍
Like last year, if you’re using Adobe Creative Cloud you can get 40% off when you renew your subscription. Simply go to your Adobe account and cancel your plan: you’ll get the offer before you confirm. I’m now paying € 29,99 a month for all apps. 😬