Ideas from the intersection of design, brand and technology

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Streaming done differently: Disney Plus is outmanoeuvring Netflix, Amazon Prime et al by diverging from what had been considered the new way of doing business. (£)

Paying for news: A good write up from Ben Evans on the subject, through the lens of the current tussle in Australia with Facebook and Google

“The meatball” vs “the worm”: A short look into NASA’s two logos, how they came about and what they say about NASA (£)

Buy fonts save lives: A lovely initiative set up to raise money for cancer charities

Overhauling…


Ideas from the intersection of design, brand and technology

30 Minutes of Relaxing Visuals from Studio Ghibli | HBO Max

The value of good design: How terrible UI design cost Citibank $500 million

Sustainable font choices in web design: An over simplification perhaps, but a pertinent point none the less — how our design choices can affect a website’s environmental footprint

Low-tech Magazine: A solar powered website, which means, it inevitably goes offline from time to time

Making the delivery of online orders more sustainable: New start-up, Olive, is tackling the avalanche of deliveries (and their boxes) we’ve all been receiving over the last year

3D renders are getting so very…


Ideas from the intersection of design, brand and technology

(Not Boring) Timer app, via Fast Company

Blands vs Brands: Ben Schott looks at why brands in the start-up world pursue an identikit formula for their business model, look and feel, and tone of voice.

A maximalist approach to app design: The designer behind the successful app, Paper, has launched his own suite of utility apps, designed with the explicit purpose of not being boring.

What is a restaurant brand today? A thoughtful read into the the future of food delivery services post-pandemic, and how this is intertwined with the future of restaurants

Nestlums: A playful pocket money…

Nicola Ryan

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