Design & UX
Love it or hate it, the new Dropbox design sure has stirred things up in design circles. What's your take on the radical departure for Dropbox?
Our brains are sophisticated machines. They’re capable of processing complex patterns, and they regulate every aspect of our very existence. But even though we have intricate minds, we don’t want to think too hard—or too much—if we don’t have to. Even though we have intricate minds, we don’t want to think too hard—or too much—if we don’t have to.
Scroll down for a few minutes to learn the tricks of the font trade from Pierrick Calvez in the most visual and intuitive way there is.
Chunky, overlapping lines can be used for hyperlinks when the color is light enough. They can also be used as typographic decoration on headings, or to simply draw attention to particular words or phrases.
What I learned from designing an artificial intelligence–enabled experience.