»In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert’s there are few« — Shunryu Suzuki
finished your Trick-or-treating this year? Anyway, I hope you find some time to read some of the great reads in this week's issue:
- For type nerds: A detailed look at Apple's new typeface - Why San Francisco (also read Part 2 - Arriving at San Francisco)
- Why Facebook is slowing down the site for employees on '2G Tuesdays'
- Pencil first. Pixel later. Designing By Hand in the Digital Age
- The New York City Subway Map Redesigned - A thoughtful concept by Tommi Moilanen
- »Researchers estimate that by 2020, user experience will overtake price and product as the determining factor in purchasing decisions.« - 5 Ways UX Matters in Everyday Life
- John Coates created the beautiful Apple TV Aerial Screensaver for your Mac - Aerial - Apple TV Aerial Views Screen Saver
- Best article I've read on VR so far! Jean-Marc Denis shares his personal experience and provides a great intro to VR for developers - From product design to virtual reality
- Don’t Say This to a Designer
- Brilliant, humorous read! Forward slash: The story of how Massimo Guzmán turned our simple logo into a brand of possibility. Shame be to him who evil thinks.
- »In order to create good work, you spend your time on 1% Inspiration, 9% Perspiration and 90% Justification.« - Ignore Everybody
- Marc Edwards wrote a practical piece on Designing Apple TV apps
- There are two kinds of people, which one are you? - 2kindsofpeople.tumblr.com
- A little excursion at the end: Al Jean explains all the steps for making an episode of The Simpsons - How an episode of The Simpsons is made
That's it for this week. Remember to follow me @kaibrueckers. Thanks for reading!
See you next week
Published on Nov 1, 2015