A weekly(ish) newsletter with designy things
Inspired by the Joe+Kamala’s historic run-up to the 2020 election, Biden Bold was created on November 2nd, just a day before the historic, on-the-edge-of-our-Aerons, nerve-wracked election. Joe and Kamala’s bold ideas and guts to stand up to Don the Con energized the bold geometry of Biden Bold. 🙌
A site with 25 UX case studies in a (creepy bitmoji) comic book format. Improve your product skills with real-world examples. See exactly how companies like Tinder, Airbnb, Trello, Uber and Tesla design products that people love. 👏 (Via Sergio)
Virgil Abloh, the founder of luxury brand Off-White, has unveiled a website called Public Domain. The website – pretending to be MacOS – links to ±40 gigabytes of archival files (.ai .psd .pdf) of his work with Nike. 💻
Enough of this sheet 😏 Coda is a new type of document that blends the flexibility of documents, the power of spreadsheets, and the utility of applications into a single new canvas.
The Year in Sport summary is a highly personalized report for Strava athletes that highlights fun data insights, meaningful social engagements and stand-out moments from this past year.
The team set out to create a full data-driven animated experience natively within the Strava app, giving athletes a fully immersive personalized experience that could be easily shared across social channels.📱
Type and Media is a type design master at The Royal Academy of Art in The Hague. These are the final projects of 2020. Amazing work! 😍
A nice example of a well-designed Webflow site for a social distancing app. Not sure about the app, but the onepager is nice. 😇
This HBO/BBC series centers on Arabella, a carefree, self-assured young writer in London, who goes out to a bar with friends, then is drugged and raped by a stranger.
In twelve breathtaking (and explicit) episodes written, directed, and starring Michaela Coel, you’ll witness the fearless story of her own sexual assault. 😶