Adobe dishes deets on failed deal

Plus Spline is now multi-platform—as well as dimensional; Monotype acquires another type foundry; Design systems AMA today at 8:30 PST; Smith & Diction's year in review is aspirational; and more

Here’s what’s happening today in design: Adobe dishes deets on failed deal; Spline is now multi-platform—as well as dimensional; Monotype acquires another type foundry; Design systems AMA today at 8:30 PST; Smith & Diction's year in review is aspirational; Why Pinterest hosts internal design systems conferences; Another take on what 'good design' is; Material Theme Builder 2.0 is here; Amy Hupe is on the 8px pod; OpenPurpose® & Tab are doing dope shit; Amo's pushing interaction design to new heights; This 'digital vinyl' concept is from the future.

TODAY IN DESIGN 1879

Illuminating the Future: Thomas Edison's Incandescent Light Demonstration.

In 1879, a defining moment in the history of technology and design occurred as Thomas Edison privately demonstrated his incandescent light bulb. This breakthrough paved the way for the widespread use of electric light, fundamentally transforming the way the world illuminated homes, streets, and workplaces.

Edison's incandescent bulb was a marvel of its time, offering a practical and sustainable source of light compared to the gas lamps and candles used previously. The soft, warm glow of Edison's bulb not only provided a safer lighting option but also brought about a new comfort and convenience to daily life.

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