Robots will make us obsolete, designs should have a README, Soviet design is more than crimson and sharp-angles, and a few more interesting articles.
Lessons from Socrates, Apple's PR team and the Simple branding team. And a deeper look into the journey from URL to interactive.
Can you believe it? 100 issues of MVP! Whether you've been reading for a long time, or only just found us, we wanted to say a massive thank you
Today we've got a text and typography tips and tools theme going on! (Try saying that 5 times fast)
Plus other "how-tos" including style guides, better questions, cutting the fat from design and measuring value.
The anti-tech company, a new Sketch feature, a case for a redesign, the human "blueprint" for seeing the world and finally, the font of all knowledge.
The power in admitting you "don't know", the younger, hotter UX, a makeover for Carlsberg, fun with blend modes in CSS and a time machine to the 70s.
With a long-awaited Sketch update, the evolution of design, disruptive interfaces, fun with link hover effects and Smelvetica (ew).
A few rebrands— Uber, John Lewis & Waitrose. A few perspectives— don't do a digital detox & why ugly is great. Oh, and best 'til last— we're hiring!
But it could save you time and energy with frustrating bank transfers. This, and heuristic principles, a guide to combining fonts, and trendy farmers.