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🟥🟦 10 Things - Issue #219 - Food, maps and ceilings

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This issue of 10 Things poses reflections on thinking in systems – the old and the new, the evolution
 
October 30 · Issue #219 · View online
10 Things
This issue of 10 Things poses reflections on thinking in systems – the old and the new, the evolution and restriction, the need to establish boundaries or to push them – requiring us to recognise their impact on our physical and mental space.
Sincerely,
⚔️ Your Majesty

1. When did design stop being multidisciplinary? 1. When did design stop being multidisciplinary?
2. Our food system isn’t broken. It was designed this way—and that means it’s time for a redesign.
3. Why is it so challenging to design an ethical cookie consent bar?
4. "Sharing the internet with America is like sharing your living room with a rhinoceros. It’s huge, it’s right there, and whatever it’s doing now, you sure as hell know about it."
5. The limits of virtual meetings.
6. A case study about redesigning New York City's iconic subway map for the digital age.
7. Why we’re all likely spreading misinformation, and how to stop.
8. Ceiling height matters.
9. The user experience field is plagued by vocabulary inflation.
10. Why is this interesting? On flying, food, and the problem with memory.
“I don’t like to lose at anything. Yet I’ve grown most not from victories, but setbacks. ”

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