10 Things

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10 Things is the newsletter for curious people. Every two weeks you’ll get a list of the 10 best reads, listens, videos, and websites curated by the people of Your Majesty. The content is a rare blend of culture, design, technology, collaboration, strategy, company updates, and weird Internet randomness.


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👩🏽‍🔧🏷🏡10 Things - Issue #242 Exit girlbosses, generation labels, and fulltime home offices

“I have not failed. I just found 10.000 things that won't work.”— Thomas Edison


🥻📱 🎮 10 Things - Issue #241 AR clothing, zero-party data, and Tik Tok NFTs

“The technology you use impresses no one. The experience you create with it is everything.”— Sean Gerety


💎👾🏙 10 Things - Issue #240 The resale of anti-capitalism, 3D Avatars, and decarbonisation

“You have a million excuses. Write anyway.”— Carrie Kei Heim


↣◎◉ 10 Things - Issue #239 A curious arrow, vanishing designers, and slow boats.

Have no fear of perfection — you’ll never reach it.— Salvador DaliPssst! We’re hiringCheck out our open positions for Digital Designer, Senior Developer, and Technical Lead.


🌆🤖👩🏼‍💻10 Things - Issue #238 Horizon Workrooms, the Tesla Bot, and Gen Zs summer activities

“Great things are done by a series of small things brought together”— V. Van Gogh


📱🍇⏰ 10 Things - Issue #237 Virtual influencers, vineyard tourism, and Facebook's smartwatch

“There is nothing worse than a sharp image of a fuzzy concept.”— Ansel Adams


🖼️🌐👨🏼‍💻 10 Things - Issue #236 NFT's ecosystem, WWW, and the Metaverse

“I'm terrible with tech. But I'm good with jargon. I can sound like I know what I'm doing.”–Michael Emerson


👾🏀💻 10 Things - Issue #235 The impact of deadlines, Americanism, and Newsletters

“The internet made fame wack and anonimity cool.”–Frank Ocean


👗🚻📱10 Things - Issue #234 Virgil Abloh, alpine toilets, and the four-day workweek

“Creativity is nothing but a mind set free.” –Torrie T. Asai


🛴🎮👗 10 Things - Issue #233 Exit Millennial Lifestyles, Animal Crossing, and Social Shopping Race

“To change the whole system requires changing what people want.” —Erin Beatty, Rentrayage


👟🎨📱 10 Things - Issue #232 Sneaker colors, new aesthetics, and Big Tech

“When you delegate tasks, you create followers. When you delegate authority, you create leaders.” –Craig Groeschel


🍞📱 👩🏼‍💻 10 Things - Issue #231 Carbs, social media stuckness, and ShlinkedIn

“Design in the absence of content is not design, it’s decoration”— Jeffrey Zeldman


🤖✈️💻 10 Things - Issue #230 Designed enrollment processes, airport culture and copying code

"Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works."- Steve Jobs


🔎 💸🤖10 Things - Issue #229 The therapy-app fantasy, capitalism and other revealing truths.

"If you are clear about what you want, the world responds with clarity." - Loretta Staples, pioneer of Digital Design


👗🎨💪 10 Things - Issue #228 - Digital Fashion, Banksy and the six-pack craze

“Design adds value faster than it adds costs.”— Joel Spolsky, creator of Trello


🌡 🎈🤖 10 Things - Issue #227 - One year in, the E-commerce inflation, and AI-Design

“When creativity melds together with global issues, I believe you can bring the world together.” — Virgil Abloh


10 Things - Issue #226 - Insights from 😼 Bellingcat, 🧠Psyche, and a mesmerizing read about 🎨 Cryptoart

“Before you go and criticize the younger generation, just remember who raised them.” — Unknown


10 Things - Issue #225 - Queerness in communist propaganda and how to eat an elephant

This issue of 10 Things explores the new internet – from making way for design at scale to being an instigator of social change, how might we find a way to regulate the space that literally holds the answer to it all.Enjoy,⚔️ Your Majesty


10 Things - Issue #224 - Connect, act welcome, understand

“Just enough is more.”


👁👄👁 10 Things - Issue #223 - Gen Z, Robot dance and Wikipedia

Hard times don’t create heroes. It is during the hard times when the “hero” within us is revealed. — Bob Marley