Here’s this weeks roundup of what’s new in design, code and typography.
Thought provoking #
We all share and use the web, just as we all share and live on this planet. The Sustainable Web Manifesto is a public declaration of a shared commitment to create a sustainable internet.
The first draft of anything is shit from Writing Routines.
Design and Code #
Daily Ethical Design. Lennart Overkamp on what it means to design ethically and how to practice it daily to elevate your standard of design.
The CSS Mindset from Max Böck.
Learn git concepts, not commands. An interactive git tutorial by Nico Riedmann, meant to teach you how git works, not just which commands to execute.
How Notion is going after Atlassian and why it might just win. Extracts from a discussion with Notion founder Ivan Zhao.
Mercury OS. A speculative vision of the operating system by Jason Yuan, driven by humane design principles.
Apple introduces New York font, an all-new serif. The new typeface is “designed to work on its own as well as alongside San Francisco,” the system font for iOS, macOS, and tvOS since 2014.
Something to watch #
A short film about Operator, a monospace typeface from Hoefler & C, that was inspired by the typewriter.