It’s issue #134 of DNT Weekly and as per usual the week has been eventful. Here’s what we’ve been reading of late.
Like the rest of us, you also may be quite reliant on your OTT services and endless access to new kinds of medium and long-form video content. However, the golden age of movies and shows seems to be ending, and price hikes are most definitely on the horizon.
Note: If you are new here, we’d strongly recommend subscribing to the newsletter so you don’t miss out on the future updates. You can subscribe here.
It’s about time we understand the difference (and reason for being) between gamification and visual delight. The Canvs Editorial team shares some of their thoughts on the same.
What is driving some people to reject the legitimacy of fair elections, embrace conspiracy theories, and even resort to political violence?
With current chairman Ramesh Chauhan in his 80s and no family member to take over the business, the former Italian water brand is now set to welcome another set of owners to continue its legacy in India.
In terms of sheer impact, the like button was one of the most successful pieces of code ever shipped. But when you examine the quality of that impact, its flaws become glaring.
“Our markets have significant technological differences, and so, to design for them in a meaningful way, we have to infuse our design process with empathy.”
Tired of the obscurity around black box algorithms that dictate their lives, India’s gig workers are coming up with cheap hacks to game the system.