D&T Issue 71

Syrian Archives and the Voyage of Satoshi Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Design is a subject we discuss a lot in this newsletter and in our lives. With the rapidly changing state of affairs, it seems only fitting that the foundations for creating good designers in the workforce are adequate.…

D&T Issue 70

A Designer-less Future, Living Forever & the Metaverse Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Design is a subject we discuss a lot in this newsletter and in our lives. With the rapidly changing state of affairs, it seems only fitting that the foundations for creating good designers in the workforce are…

D&T Issue 69

Byju’s Toxic Growth, UPI Credit & Why Hyperlinks Are Blue Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Turns out the past 18 months of us looking at ourselves through video calls has had potentially irreversible effects on our self-image. Aptly coined ‘Zoom Dysmorphia’ is a thing and it’s here to stay -…

D&T Issue 68

Apple’s Double Agent, Living upto 200 yrs and the Designer Steve Jobs Couldn’t Hire Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. The team here at Canvs are die-hard fans of the movie series ‘The Matrix’ so it came to us as exceptionally good news that ‘The Matrix 4’ was announced at an…

D&T Issue 67

A $600 mn Heist, Twitter’s Nauseating Redesign & Bangalore’s First IT firm Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. The world is getting more unreal by the day, countries fall to tyrannical forces as their people fall from the sky, space cowboys suing the ultimate institution in space. That aside, let’s try…

D&T Issue 66

Space billboards, the Olympic UX Nightmare, OpenAI’s Codex, and the Pixar Story Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. If your current feed isn’t providing you with the shock that you need, then we’ve got you covered. Turns out, it is a supposed ‘code-red for humanity’ according to a landmark UN report,…

D&T Issue 65

Time Crystals, Design Led Healthcare and a Gigantic Fintech Buyout Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. A few months ago (in D&T Issue 36) we spoke to you about Tesla and their big factory in India. However, a spanner seems to have been thrown into the works as India rules out…

D&T Issue 64

The UX of Default Settings and the Design Behind Olympics Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Remote work has been a concept for quite a while, but in the past year and a half, it has truly entered the collective lexicon of the world’s working force. Here’s a detailed report on…

D&T Issue 63

Pegasus, Windows 365 and a Fraud on the Farm Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Yesterday, Jeff Bezos, with a few others alongside, took a ride to space in his hilariously suggestive rocket ship. This wasn’t however received without its fair share of blazing criticism, to whom even Jeff declared were,…

D&T Issue 62

Google’s ultracheap future, billionaires in space and UPI in Bhutan Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Donald Trump once said, “Rich guys, they love rocket ships, and that’s good” And that seems to be ever prevalent the further in time we move in time with Sir Richard Branson flying to space…

D&T Issue 71

Syrian Archives and the Voyage of Satoshi Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Design is a subject we discuss a lot in this newsletter and in our lives. With the rapidly changing state of affairs, it seems only fitting that the foundations for creating good designers in the workforce are adequate.…

D&T Issue 70

A Designer-less Future, Living Forever & the Metaverse Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Design is a subject we discuss a lot in this newsletter and in our lives. With the rapidly changing state of affairs, it seems only fitting that the foundations for creating good designers in the workforce are…

D&T Issue 69

Byju’s Toxic Growth, UPI Credit & Why Hyperlinks Are Blue Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Turns out the past 18 months of us looking at ourselves through video calls has had potentially irreversible effects on our self-image. Aptly coined ‘Zoom Dysmorphia’ is a thing and it’s here to stay -…

D&T Issue 68

Apple’s Double Agent, Living upto 200 yrs and the Designer Steve Jobs Couldn’t Hire Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. The team here at Canvs are die-hard fans of the movie series ‘The Matrix’ so it came to us as exceptionally good news that ‘The Matrix 4’ was announced at an…

D&T Issue 67

A $600 mn Heist, Twitter’s Nauseating Redesign & Bangalore’s First IT firm Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. The world is getting more unreal by the day, countries fall to tyrannical forces as their people fall from the sky, space cowboys suing the ultimate institution in space. That aside, let’s try…

D&T Issue 66

Space billboards, the Olympic UX Nightmare, OpenAI’s Codex, and the Pixar Story Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. If your current feed isn’t providing you with the shock that you need, then we’ve got you covered. Turns out, it is a supposed ‘code-red for humanity’ according to a landmark UN report,…

D&T Issue 65

Time Crystals, Design Led Healthcare and a Gigantic Fintech Buyout Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. A few months ago (in D&T Issue 36) we spoke to you about Tesla and their big factory in India. However, a spanner seems to have been thrown into the works as India rules out…

D&T Issue 64

The UX of Default Settings and the Design Behind Olympics Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Remote work has been a concept for quite a while, but in the past year and a half, it has truly entered the collective lexicon of the world’s working force. Here’s a detailed report on…

D&T Issue 63

Pegasus, Windows 365 and a Fraud on the Farm Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Yesterday, Jeff Bezos, with a few others alongside, took a ride to space in his hilariously suggestive rocket ship. This wasn’t however received without its fair share of blazing criticism, to whom even Jeff declared were,…

D&T Issue 62

Google’s ultracheap future, billionaires in space and UPI in Bhutan Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Donald Trump once said, “Rich guys, they love rocket ships, and that’s good” And that seems to be ever prevalent the further in time we move in time with Sir Richard Branson flying to space…

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D&T Issue 71

Syrian Archives and the Voyage of Satoshi Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Design is a subject we discuss a lot in this newsletter and in our lives. With the rapidly changing state of affairs, it seems only fitting that the foundations for creating good designers in the workforce are adequate.…

D&T Issue 70

A Designer-less Future, Living Forever & the Metaverse Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Design is a subject we discuss a lot in this newsletter and in our lives. With the rapidly changing state of affairs, it seems only fitting that the foundations for creating good designers in the workforce are…

D&T Issue 69

Byju’s Toxic Growth, UPI Credit & Why Hyperlinks Are Blue Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Turns out the past 18 months of us looking at ourselves through video calls has had potentially irreversible effects on our self-image. Aptly coined ‘Zoom Dysmorphia’ is a thing and it’s here to stay -…

D&T Issue 68

Apple’s Double Agent, Living upto 200 yrs and the Designer Steve Jobs Couldn’t Hire Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. The team here at Canvs are die-hard fans of the movie series ‘The Matrix’ so it came to us as exceptionally good news that ‘The Matrix 4’ was announced at an…

D&T Issue 67

A $600 mn Heist, Twitter’s Nauseating Redesign & Bangalore’s First IT firm Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. The world is getting more unreal by the day, countries fall to tyrannical forces as their people fall from the sky, space cowboys suing the ultimate institution in space. That aside, let’s try…

D&T Issue 66

Space billboards, the Olympic UX Nightmare, OpenAI’s Codex, and the Pixar Story Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. If your current feed isn’t providing you with the shock that you need, then we’ve got you covered. Turns out, it is a supposed ‘code-red for humanity’ according to a landmark UN report,…

D&T Issue 65

Time Crystals, Design Led Healthcare and a Gigantic Fintech Buyout Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. A few months ago (in D&T Issue 36) we spoke to you about Tesla and their big factory in India. However, a spanner seems to have been thrown into the works as India rules out…

D&T Issue 64

The UX of Default Settings and the Design Behind Olympics Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Remote work has been a concept for quite a while, but in the past year and a half, it has truly entered the collective lexicon of the world’s working force. Here’s a detailed report on…

D&T Issue 63

Pegasus, Windows 365 and a Fraud on the Farm Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Yesterday, Jeff Bezos, with a few others alongside, took a ride to space in his hilariously suggestive rocket ship. This wasn’t however received without its fair share of blazing criticism, to whom even Jeff declared were,…

D&T Issue 62

Google’s ultracheap future, billionaires in space and UPI in Bhutan Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Donald Trump once said, “Rich guys, they love rocket ships, and that’s good” And that seems to be ever prevalent the further in time we move in time with Sir Richard Branson flying to space…

D&T Issue 61

Manufacturing Addiction and The Most Important Company You Haven’t Heard Of Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. An interesting new development has broken through in the open-source space with ‘ONDC’ or ‘Open Network for Digital Commerce’. The platform is being built as a bid to curb monopolies in the e-commerce space…

D&T Issue 60

Solving Reimann’s Hypothesis, Fitt’s Law and the Fall of Juul Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. As it happens, Researchers have finally seen how some smell receptors bind to odour molecules, and the evidence was right beneath our noses! With that horrible pun set aside, we’ve got some good reads for…

D&T Issue 59

Tesla’s Demise, Doughnut Skyscrapers and TikTok’s Colossal Competitor Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Before we get started, here’s a healthy reminder that people are better than robots. On another note, here’s a breakdown of how compliant the social media giants currently are in the face of the new IT rules…

D&T Issue 58

Designs That Suck, FBI’s Clandestine Criminal Network & NASA’s Megarocket Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Turns out, last week’s intro line needs a correction considering how BYJU’S surpassed Paytm to be India’s most valuable startup in the past week. The world moves fast, I suppose. We’ve got some great reads…

D&T Issue 57

Robots in Ghost Kitchens, an $80m Post Stealth Series A and Humanity’s Hate of Loss Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. This week and quite frankly the last few months have been massive for the Indian startup space, particularly for one of India’s OG (and highest valued) startup, Paytm, seeing an…

D&T Issue 56

Apple Design Awards, The Rule of Three and The Dangerous World of Language AI Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. If things weren’t getting expensive enough, it turns out there’s an inevitable price hike that you will face with Ubers and other shared car services. Let’s hope your biking skills are…

D&T Issue 55

Design Systems, Bringing AI to Life & Bidding Adieu to Internet Explorer Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Life in the past year and more has been quite topsy-turvy and to make things feel even more off-kilter, WhatsApp is suing the Indian government over mandates that Whatsapp says are,“fundamentally undermining the…

D&T Issue 54

Google I/O 2021, Hackers for Vaccines and Biotech’s Hunt for Blood Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. The Chinese space agency definitely seems to be having one, after their Zhurong rover successfully landed on Mars becoming the only other agency after NASA to have achieved the feat. We’ve got some great…

D&T Issue 53

A Visionary in Light, Psychedelic Medicine and the Global Chip Crisis Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Before we get into the more serious reads in the newsletter, here are eight outlandish items that have been jumping on the NFT bandwagon, strange times we live in. We’ve got some great reads for…

D&T Issue 52

One year of D&T! A long list of reads that almost made it Hi there! Hope you’re having a good (and safe) week. We’ve been in better spirits because as of today, D&T turns 1! It’s been a long journey since when we started writing personally handwriting emails for a small group of 5-10 of…

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D&T Issue 71

Syrian Archives and the Voyage of Satoshi Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Design is a subject we discuss a lot in this newsletter and in our lives. With the rapidly changing state of affairs, it seems only fitting that the foundations for creating good designers in the workforce are adequate.…

D&T Issue 70

A Designer-less Future, Living Forever & the Metaverse Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Design is a subject we discuss a lot in this newsletter and in our lives. With the rapidly changing state of affairs, it seems only fitting that the foundations for creating good designers in the workforce are…

D&T Issue 69

Byju’s Toxic Growth, UPI Credit & Why Hyperlinks Are Blue Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Turns out the past 18 months of us looking at ourselves through video calls has had potentially irreversible effects on our self-image. Aptly coined ‘Zoom Dysmorphia’ is a thing and it’s here to stay -…

D&T Issue 68

Apple’s Double Agent, Living upto 200 yrs and the Designer Steve Jobs Couldn’t Hire Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. The team here at Canvs are die-hard fans of the movie series ‘The Matrix’ so it came to us as exceptionally good news that ‘The Matrix 4’ was announced at an…

D&T Issue 67

A $600 mn Heist, Twitter’s Nauseating Redesign & Bangalore’s First IT firm Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. The world is getting more unreal by the day, countries fall to tyrannical forces as their people fall from the sky, space cowboys suing the ultimate institution in space. That aside, let’s try…

D&T Issue 66

Space billboards, the Olympic UX Nightmare, OpenAI’s Codex, and the Pixar Story Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. If your current feed isn’t providing you with the shock that you need, then we’ve got you covered. Turns out, it is a supposed ‘code-red for humanity’ according to a landmark UN report,…

D&T Issue 65

Time Crystals, Design Led Healthcare and a Gigantic Fintech Buyout Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. A few months ago (in D&T Issue 36) we spoke to you about Tesla and their big factory in India. However, a spanner seems to have been thrown into the works as India rules out…

D&T Issue 64

The UX of Default Settings and the Design Behind Olympics Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Remote work has been a concept for quite a while, but in the past year and a half, it has truly entered the collective lexicon of the world’s working force. Here’s a detailed report on…

D&T Issue 63

Pegasus, Windows 365 and a Fraud on the Farm Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Yesterday, Jeff Bezos, with a few others alongside, took a ride to space in his hilariously suggestive rocket ship. This wasn’t however received without its fair share of blazing criticism, to whom even Jeff declared were,…

D&T Issue 62

Google’s ultracheap future, billionaires in space and UPI in Bhutan Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Donald Trump once said, “Rich guys, they love rocket ships, and that’s good” And that seems to be ever prevalent the further in time we move in time with Sir Richard Branson flying to space…

D&T Issue 61

Manufacturing Addiction and The Most Important Company You Haven’t Heard Of Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. An interesting new development has broken through in the open-source space with ‘ONDC’ or ‘Open Network for Digital Commerce’. The platform is being built as a bid to curb monopolies in the e-commerce space…

D&T Issue 60

Solving Reimann’s Hypothesis, Fitt’s Law and the Fall of Juul Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. As it happens, Researchers have finally seen how some smell receptors bind to odour molecules, and the evidence was right beneath our noses! With that horrible pun set aside, we’ve got some good reads for…

D&T Issue 59

Tesla’s Demise, Doughnut Skyscrapers and TikTok’s Colossal Competitor Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Before we get started, here’s a healthy reminder that people are better than robots. On another note, here’s a breakdown of how compliant the social media giants currently are in the face of the new IT rules…

D&T Issue 58

Designs That Suck, FBI’s Clandestine Criminal Network & NASA’s Megarocket Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Turns out, last week’s intro line needs a correction considering how BYJU’S surpassed Paytm to be India’s most valuable startup in the past week. The world moves fast, I suppose. We’ve got some great reads…

D&T Issue 57

Robots in Ghost Kitchens, an $80m Post Stealth Series A and Humanity’s Hate of Loss Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. This week and quite frankly the last few months have been massive for the Indian startup space, particularly for one of India’s OG (and highest valued) startup, Paytm, seeing an…

D&T Issue 56

Apple Design Awards, The Rule of Three and The Dangerous World of Language AI Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. If things weren’t getting expensive enough, it turns out there’s an inevitable price hike that you will face with Ubers and other shared car services. Let’s hope your biking skills are…

D&T Issue 55

Design Systems, Bringing AI to Life & Bidding Adieu to Internet Explorer Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Life in the past year and more has been quite topsy-turvy and to make things feel even more off-kilter, WhatsApp is suing the Indian government over mandates that Whatsapp says are,“fundamentally undermining the…

D&T Issue 54

Google I/O 2021, Hackers for Vaccines and Biotech’s Hunt for Blood Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. The Chinese space agency definitely seems to be having one, after their Zhurong rover successfully landed on Mars becoming the only other agency after NASA to have achieved the feat. We’ve got some great…

D&T Issue 53

A Visionary in Light, Psychedelic Medicine and the Global Chip Crisis Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Before we get into the more serious reads in the newsletter, here are eight outlandish items that have been jumping on the NFT bandwagon, strange times we live in. We’ve got some great reads for…

D&T Issue 52

One year of D&T! A long list of reads that almost made it Hi there! Hope you’re having a good (and safe) week. We’ve been in better spirits because as of today, D&T turns 1! It’s been a long journey since when we started writing personally handwriting emails for a small group of 5-10 of…

D&T Issue 71

Syrian Archives and the Voyage of Satoshi Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Design is a subject we discuss a lot in this newsletter and in our lives. With the rapidly changing state of affairs, it seems only fitting that the foundations for creating good designers in the workforce are adequate.…

D&T Issue 70

A Designer-less Future, Living Forever & the Metaverse Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Design is a subject we discuss a lot in this newsletter and in our lives. With the rapidly changing state of affairs, it seems only fitting that the foundations for creating good designers in the workforce are…

D&T Issue 69

Byju’s Toxic Growth, UPI Credit & Why Hyperlinks Are Blue Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Turns out the past 18 months of us looking at ourselves through video calls has had potentially irreversible effects on our self-image. Aptly coined ‘Zoom Dysmorphia’ is a thing and it’s here to stay -…

D&T Issue 68

Apple’s Double Agent, Living upto 200 yrs and the Designer Steve Jobs Couldn’t Hire Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. The team here at Canvs are die-hard fans of the movie series ‘The Matrix’ so it came to us as exceptionally good news that ‘The Matrix 4’ was announced at an…

D&T Issue 67

A $600 mn Heist, Twitter’s Nauseating Redesign & Bangalore’s First IT firm Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. The world is getting more unreal by the day, countries fall to tyrannical forces as their people fall from the sky, space cowboys suing the ultimate institution in space. That aside, let’s try…

D&T Issue 66

Space billboards, the Olympic UX Nightmare, OpenAI’s Codex, and the Pixar Story Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. If your current feed isn’t providing you with the shock that you need, then we’ve got you covered. Turns out, it is a supposed ‘code-red for humanity’ according to a landmark UN report,…

D&T Issue 65

Time Crystals, Design Led Healthcare and a Gigantic Fintech Buyout Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. A few months ago (in D&T Issue 36) we spoke to you about Tesla and their big factory in India. However, a spanner seems to have been thrown into the works as India rules out…

D&T Issue 64

The UX of Default Settings and the Design Behind Olympics Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Remote work has been a concept for quite a while, but in the past year and a half, it has truly entered the collective lexicon of the world’s working force. Here’s a detailed report on…

D&T Issue 63

Pegasus, Windows 365 and a Fraud on the Farm Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Yesterday, Jeff Bezos, with a few others alongside, took a ride to space in his hilariously suggestive rocket ship. This wasn’t however received without its fair share of blazing criticism, to whom even Jeff declared were,…

D&T Issue 62

Google’s ultracheap future, billionaires in space and UPI in Bhutan Hi there! Hope you’re having a splendid week thus far. Donald Trump once said, “Rich guys, they love rocket ships, and that’s good” And that seems to be ever prevalent the further in time we move in time with Sir Richard Branson flying to space…