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10 memorable non-design films that have inspired me → 
Movies I have watched or re-watched recently, and key learnings from each. Sometimes the best design inspiration comes from unexpected places. 

 
Food for thought
The new Mac Pro is a design remix →
 
A return to form, heavily inspired by many of Apple’s past products.
 
Creepiness vs. convenience →
 
How users weigh the loss of privacy against the benefits they will receive in return.
 
The problem with web components →
 
A number of technical limitations and the risk of excluding users.
 
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Stories from the community
Nobody loves your product →

The kind of love that businesses need to grow fast.

How to crush design usability test for enterprise product? →

User testing best practices for complicated systems.

10 usability heuristics with examples →

Nielsen’s usability heuristics with modern-day examples.

 
More top stories:
 
Tesla’s UX is too far ahead to make sense (now) →

Understanding mental and conceptual models in product design →

When a designer is taking care of customer support →
News & ideas
Highlights this week: Firefox has a new branding →, plugins are coming to Figma →, and Dropbox is getting a massive overhaul →
 
Deepfake Frenzy
AI deepfakes are now as simple as typing whatever you want your subject to say.
 
Web Sarcasm →
7 ways to convey sarcasm in web content through formatting and code.
 
4-Day Weeks →
It’s time to switch to a four-day working week, say these two Davos experts.
 
Listen Together →
Listen Together is a concept for collaborative listening in Spotify by Mike Battaglia.
 
Tools & resources
Versus →
Find alternatives to the services you love to hate.
 
Shape Space →
IDEO’s tool to build, test, and refine your ideas.
 
Unapp →
A directory of minimal single-purpose apps.
 
Beautiful Type →
An in-depth guide to open-source typefaces.
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