A useful collection of checklists on various design topics.
Ethical alternatives to well-known software products.
My favorite weekly newsletter on technology, design and culture.
A showcase for good looking dark-mode websites.
Privacy inspection for the products that connect to our digital identities.
A documentary that investigates how the best minds of our generation are spending their precious willpower: making people click more ads.
Personal website of Rasmus Andersson.
I'm amazed by the content and structure. Pushing pages to the right stack looks genuine.
Check out the GT Academy collection. What an amazing resource to learn about typography.
A go-to resource on how to design more ethical and human centric services.
Most of the apps are redesigned but Brian's comments are still valid.
31 posters about the city of San Francisco.
A well written explanation of Hi-Fi, Dolby Atmos, and Apple Music's recently introduced support for them.
I've been using Safari since 2018, can recommend to every macOS user.
When and how to use humor in copywriting.
An excerpt from Mark's zero-bullshit self-help book.
Another great resource from GT for using web fonts in general.
How to build a better digital public sphere to honor the origins of the internet.
How Basecamp overcomes the negatives of group chat by encouraging asyncronous communication.
The first rule of the Dunning-Kruger club is you don't know that you're a member.
Surpriseee! It's bigger than tech.
After reading the ideological origins, it's fascinating to see where Next.js is now.
A video-conferencing app with a clean design. Works well in the web browser with no hustle and doesn't try to capture all the possible information from guests.
An early-stage product to keep book notes, quotes, and share reading lists with friends. Go and sign-up for the beta waitlist!
An intuitive bookmark manager that I'm using to curate this list.