A weekly(ish) newsletter with designy things
Dan Mall offers a 12-episode video course to help managers, directors, and practitioners understand design systems as a software product. 💻
This is a one-of-a-kind livestream event, commemorating and celebrating IC’s first-ever book: Face The Music - Twenty Years of Album Art.
This is a 3-hour live event where they sift through mountains of albums to uncover the stories behind many of the designs featured in the book, take you behind the scenes and into the native files, and answer some of your burning questions. 😳
Mike Monteiro writes and speaks frequently about the craft, ethics, and business of design. This time he wrote an essay about immigrant racism (and Trump, Twitter, Black Lives Matter) that will probably make you uncomfortable — and that’s the point. 😶
Tania Yakunova is an award-winning illustrator from Kyiv, Ukraine. She finds her inspiration in avant-garde art and design of the 20th century. And she has a shop with a collection of limited edition high-quality prints. 👌
This will be a part of Universal Studios in Osaka, opening feb 4 2021, and it looks amazing. At first I thought it was a render, but this is real! And the Mariokart Ride works with an AR Mario hat. Can’t wait to go there! 🤩
The Twitter Feed for this interface design course shares “Fresh UI Critiques” with valuable tips on improving designs. Even as a señor designer, I still learn a lot from these little big details. 🥰
Timo Kuilder wrote and designed a book illustrating his personal experiences of growing up with a father who becomes a different person from one day to the next.
His father is bipolar and this book is as much abouth him as it is about Timo dealing with his condition. 🙏
Have you ever wondered…
Find out in this beautifully designed guidebook to the unnoticed yet essential elements of our cities, from the creators of the wildly popular 99% Invisible podcast. 😍
(via Dense Discovery)