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Issue #65 — 09 Mar '16

The next big tech revolution will be in your ear

Experts in tech, UX, AI and Product Design weigh in on what could be the next interface. See also: Alexa, unlock the internet.

HERE TODAY, IN-EAR TOMORROW

Microinteractions: the secret of great app design

At this point we’re no stranger to microinteractions, but this article is a good recap to make sure you’re getting the most from your UI.

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Philipp Sackl discusses usability and empahty.

“As a designer, your entire job is anticipating what people will do and feel.” Userbrain interview Philipp Sackl, a lead designer on Firefox about how they work, testing, validation, usability and empathy.

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We also enjoyed...

Tilt Brush by Google

A VR app from Google for painting and sketching in 3D space. Interesting to see how the menus are treated as a physical object within the 3D environment.

FIND THE BRUSH

From Teehan+Lax to Facebook

Geoff Teehan discusses his transition from co-founder of Product Design agency Teehan-Lax to Product Design Director at Facebook and the challenges along the way.

READ ON 99U

High-fidelity collaboration and design philosophy at Intercom

Emmet Connolly talks about designing teams and how they collaborate efficiently at Intercom.

Read on Medium

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We’re celebrating custom fonts

To celebrate our recent launch of Custom Fonts in Atomic we’ve teamed up with our friends The Designer’s Foundry to give away $100 to spend on their beautiful font collection.

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