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Highlights of the week ↘
The brand new Thunderbird logo - After nearly 20 years, we are thrilled to share a completely redesigned Thunderbird logo that honors our history and vital connection to Mozilla. -
The Index - A curated online gallery with the best design studios, designers, type foundries, and other creatives worldwide. -
Product design ↘
Workspaces: A macOS design concept - The future of macOS is people centered. A new way to think and interact with people through computers. -
4 levels of grids for web designers - Grids are a fundamental component of any design practice, and especially so when designing things for screens. There are (at least) four levels of grid use in interaction design. -
Dynamic interfaces - When it comes to all the discussions about AI right now, the topic that interests me most is the software application layer and user interface. -
Design engineering ↘
Advanced form control styling - Thanks to the Open UI working community group, there's a new element on the horizon, selectmenu, that will make styling this type of form control a whole lot better. -
Introducing the popover API - Learn how to build tooltips, menus, and more with the new popover API. -
Tools and resources ↘
Intel One Mono - Introducing Intel One Mono, an expressive monospaced font family that's built with clarity, legibility, and the needs of developers in mind. -
Inspiration and creativity ↘
Slow design - We want to remind people of the value of creativity and clever thinking, supporting a movement that embraces focus, skill, and understanding over fast production and short-lived trends. -
Last but not least ↘
Artificial intelligence and humanity - We don't need AI to make art. We need AI to write emails and clean the house and deliver the groceries so humans can make more art. -