RIP Apple Car 🪦

Plus Google CEO not happy about Gemini errors; Diffusion transformers set to upend GenAI; Exclusive first look at Nothing Phone (2a); and more...

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Here’s what’s happening today in design: RIP Apple Car; Google CEO not happy about Gemini errors; Diffusion transformers set to upend GenAI; Exclusive first look at Nothing Phone (2a); Behind the feature: Inline Device Frames; AI and Design Systems; Algo launches new tool; Free empty state illustrations; There’s so much to dissect from this auction app design; I could play with the pixels on Vercel’s Ship conference site all day; The session logging interaction on this fasting app is faaaaast.

TODAY IN DESIGN 1929

Frank Gehry's Legacy Begins.

Born on February 28, 1929, Frank Gehry would become a transformative force in architecture, known for his innovative designs like the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. His unique approach reshaped modern architecture, blending artistic fluidity with architectural functionality, and cementing his status as a global design icon.

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