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

February 5 · Issue #224 · View online
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This issue of 10 Things curates thought-provoking signals on what it could mean to rethink design in a digital-first (or only) world – from real-life cues that are random and imperfect to the standard conventions that focus on simplicity, design could benefit from some serendipitous thinking.
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1. What does a flourishing digital space look like? 1. What does a flourishing digital space look like?
2. The women of Wikipedia are writing themselves into history.
3. Twitter's new look, Imperfect, messy, and unapologetic.
4.Auto-tuned typography.
5. NES-style CSS Framework — This will put a smile on your face.
6. The service-based design org.
7. MIT’s new ‘liquid’ neural network learns on the job .
8. Get lucky!
9. Problems with procrastination? Manage your mood.
10. YInMn, the first new inorganic blue pigment in two centuries
“Just enough is more.”
— Milton Glaser
Bonus Links:
Vacancy: Interactive Art Director
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