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📬 Let's Link Up ~ Issue 11
A curated list of links and resources found on the world wide web...
Over the past month, we took a pause, a step back, if you will, not out of inertia but to introspect, reinvent, and bring you an enhanced version of the podcast you've grown to love. We wanted to ensure that we continue delivering insightful and entertaining content, and we felt it was the perfect time to reassess our approach and format.
We’ve got some small changes coming down the pipeline, but overall I think we have an even better product and focus as well as some new folks jumping in and helping out. New episodes coming out soon. Until then, here’s a dump of interesting links to help kickstart the month.
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A visual technique library for visual technique lovers. (eyecandy)
“In the '90s, we had Droog. And since then, there has not been any big movement in design, or in art or in architecture.” (deezen)
Creatives share their advice on how to navigate the industry as an introvert (it’s nice)
Use simple text to generate multi-screen mockups for apps and websites. (uizard)
Creatives share how they won their first client (boooom)
Open source attempt to organize the best tools and resources for naming brands/projects (onym)
A graduate course is teaching young artists to embrace A.I. (NYT)
The video editing AI that “Everything Everywhere All At Once” used (axios)
Musicians Are Already Using AI More Often Than We Think (pitchfork)
Create a beautiful website that syncs your latest music, merch, videos, and tour dates automatically. (supertape)
To assess the effectiveness of current A.I.-detection technology, The New York Times tested five new services using more than 100 synthetic images and real photos. (NYT)
A new app that uses music to help you focus, relax, sleep, and stay in the moment. (vibes)
Vintage tech products that work and feel brand new (retrospekt)
A Product Designer to explore and evolve the core product, enable storytelling through new types of content, and ensure a magical experience for people on the other end of creation in Tome.
Ethic is looking for a brand designer to help evolve their overall brand language - that includes digital, video, print and all public facing materials.
Bueno is hiring a Senior Product Designer to shape the vision of the product. You’ll be able to work on different aspects of the product, including branding and marketing.
Breef is seeking a Growth Marketing Manager to join their dynamic, quickly growing team. This individual will be responsible for leading their paid acquisition efforts, driving revenue through channel growth.
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