Apple's rejected Vision Pro ideas

Plus what Bard will look like in Google Assistant; New CarPlay UI launching this year; Dan Mall is on DESIGN & THRIVE this week; Mickey Mouse is 2024's first meme; Can Figma's AI make meetings less terrible? and more...

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Here’s what’s happening today in design: Apple's rejected Vision Pro ideas; What Bard will look like in Google Assistant; New CarPlay UI launching this year; Dan Mall is on DESIGN & THRIVE this week; Mickey Mouse is 2024's first meme; Can Figma's AI make meetings less terrible?; New messenger-style Framer template; Lauren LoPrete (Dropbox, Cash App) is on the Deep Dive pod; I'm a sucker for cards with gradient-blur AND nested border-radii; The evolution of UI icons; I'm getting excited for appinspo;

TODAY IN DESIGN 1870

Bridging the Future: The Start of Brooklyn Bridge Construction.

In 1870, a project commenced that would become a symbol of ingenuity and resolve: the construction of New York's Brooklyn Bridge. This monumental task not only represented a significant engineering challenge but also a bold vision in urban design and connectivity.

The Brooklyn Bridge, with its majestic stone towers and sweeping cables, was designed to span the East River and connect Manhattan to Brooklyn. Its construction involved groundbreaking techniques in suspension bridge design, including the use of extensive caisson foundations and the introduction of steel-wire cables.

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