When a new app is launched there are several reasons to make it “invite-only”. On the surface, it may appear to be some sort of a marketing ploy—to drive interest and hype. Giving the invite a VIP status makes access to the app feel like getting into a super exclusive club.
Unlike most of the social media apps out there, Dispo works on the concept of delayed gratification. Once you take a picture, you have to wait until 9am the next morning to have them “develop”. You have no control over the edit, or how they look. The app also introduces…
If I had to pick just one designer whose work I really envy—it has to be Aaron Draplin. His use of solid colours and thick lines make his work distinct and unique. Whenever you look at his work you can’t but just drool over how visually stunning they look.
After being inspired by many awesome Notion templates—an idea sparked to solve my TV show tracking issues. Notion’s superpower lies in its databases and I’ve used just one database and created multiples filtered views based on how I catalogue the progress of watching the shows in my mind.
You know it—every single advertising pitch deck is going to have that one slide with a stupid Clubhouse idea. Clubhouse is going to be the ‘next big thing’ and the buzzword that is going to be thrown around in workshops and meetings all around adland and it’s already starting.
There is an annoying bug on the iOS version of Google Chrome. Yes, there is a temporary fix—but Google is taking forever to officially update the app with a permanent fix.
My friend Indika shared some old school logos from Sri Lanka, and it made me wonder—is there anyone else collecting and documenting these artifacts? Will they be lost to history and forgotten?
It’s been a while since I have come across something this revolutionary. This Chrome extension has an AI reader narrating the text in a near humanlike way, you could mistake it for a real person. And yes, you can listen in 2x too!