Mickey Mouse is now in the public domain

Plus what to expect from apple in 2024; McGuire Brannon is on to the next one; Layers is hosting it's first Space this week; David Hoang's resolution intention framework; How AirBnb designs product; The team behind footer(dot)design releases template; and more

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Here’s what’s happening today in design: Mickey Mouse enters public domain; What to expect from apple in 2024; McGuire Brannon is on to the next one; Layers is hosting it's first Space this week; David Hoang's resolution intention framework; How AirBnb designs product; The team behind footer(dot)design releases template; A new home for your design system; Geenay Kotze is on Webflail pod; I love the direction of this chat app; Cool Rive demo for interactive EV charger; Spline's particles perform beautifully on phone.

TODAY IN DESIGN 1839

A Celestial Snapshot: Louis Daguerre's Photograph of the Moon.

In 1839, a momentous occasion in the history of photography and astronomy occurred when French photographer Louis Daguerre captured the first photograph of the Moon. This pioneering image marked not only a significant technical achievement but also the beginning of a new era in celestial observation and documentation.

Daguerre, already known for his development of the daguerreotype process, used this technique to take a detailed photograph of the Moon. This achievement was groundbreaking, as it demonstrated the potential of photography as a tool for scientific study and exploration. It allowed for the capture and study of celestial bodies in a way that was previously impossible, offering a new perspective on the wonders of the cosmos.

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