Be nice. Or else.
This looks like it's trying to be a Chef's Table for designers. Seeing Scott Dadich's name attached gives me hope.
I've missed this podcast, it always had good discussions, does this signal a return?
The slab serif isn't to my personal taste and seems a little at odds with the visuals in that video, but the concept is sound.
Does this mean we have to type moz://a from now on? :)
Is there a plain-English explanation of what this is for dum-dums like me? That page is so heavy on jargon.
The reason they look like this is largely because it's a part of the cinematic language. It communicates 'futuristic'.
That said, technology has followed sci-fi in many other areas, so maybe one day!
What does it offer over something like iTerm 3?
In this market you haven't a hope of hanging onto decent designers if you're not training them and giving them every opportunity to grow. Not just junior designers, but all levels.
So when a client clicks to add a comment, enters their name and email, Invision then adds that email to their email marketing list? If that's true (I've just done a test myself) then it's dirty behaviour indeed.
On mobile it reminds me a lot of Snapchat Discover, except without the lowbrow content.
Will be interesting to see how it fares, definitely very different to what the rest of the media industry are doing, not just visually but from a business perspective too.