A fond farewell to InVision 🟥

Plus Windows keyboards get first big change in 30 years; A new physical keyboard for iPhone; Dan Mall is on DESIGN & THRIVE today ; Herman Miller's Helvetica rebrand; Designing Zenly: Part II; What to expect from CES this year; Lemon Squeezy's free design system; and more...

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Here’s what’s happening today in design: Designers bid farewell to Invision; Windows keyboards get first big change in 30 years; A new physical keyboard for iPhone; Dan Mall is on DESIGN & THRIVE today ; Herman Miller's Helvetica rebrand; Designing Zenly: Part II; What to expect from CES this year; Lemon Squeezy's free design system; Amazon's 'Working Backwards' but for designers; How to build an independent design practice; Portfolio hell dot com; Creating a genie effect with SwiftUI; Cute website section ; Some subtle animated bentos for home services co.

TODAY IN DESIGN 1933

Constructing an Icon: The Golden Gate Bridge Begins.

On January 5, 1933, a project commenced that would result in one of the most iconic and photographed structures in the world – the Golden Gate Bridge. This monumental task of engineering and design began in San Francisco, signifying not only a feat of architectural prowess but also a symbol of resilience and ambition.

Designed by engineer Joseph Strauss with significant contributions from Charles Alton Ellis and Leon Moisseiff, the bridge was a marvel of modern engineering. Its Art Deco design, signature International Orange color, and impressive scale were groundbreaking. Spanning the Golden Gate Strait, the bridge would become the longest suspension bridge main span in the world at the time of its completion.

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