Hello people, in this issue, we’ll look at…
- IDEO founder David Kelley,
- Facebook AI,
- Chinese Super Apps concept vs. The World
and much more…
🎧 Design Thinking Mogul David Kelley
I’m a super fan of the podcast How I Built This hosted by Guy Raz, I was listening to this interview with David Kelley, founder of IDEO and pioneer of Design Thinking methodologies. Take a few minutes of your life and listen to this inspiring interview.
After the interview I spent some time browsing and reading some case studies on IDEO website, I was fascinated by how they redesigned a school system in Peru.
By the end I added this Method Cards on my wishlist.
🤖🧠 Facebook AI
Did you try Blender AI from Facebook (or Meta)? I’m not used to say Meta, it’s weird to me.
I have to say that this bot is horrible and look likes those normal chatbot that you can find out there. I tried several times and the results are always pretty disappointing.
🦸♀️ Super Apps
The concept of super apps never worked in western countries. On my experience working in Brazil and now in US, most o companies or management people don’t understand how to bring so many services in one single app.
Some of them tried and failed miserably like Movile in Brazil.
For Xiaohongshu and other Chinese big tech are pretty common this concept described here on this article: How the Chinese version of Instagram is outgrowing Instagram.
Maybe this could change in the future or they will adapt and make something super addict like TikTok.
🎨 New Color Scheme
I believe some of you will may need this website to build your project so I’m sharing this website to help you to make your color palette.
🤯 Super Dope Portfolio
This human is super talent and has some good stuff to share. The project I loved from this designer is Listen to America.
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