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Jaguar Land Rover reveals new logo for JLR rebrand

The company will market its cars under four brand umbrellas: Range Rover, Discovery, Defender and Jaguar

How AI Protects (and Attacks) Your Inbox

Criminals may use artificial intelligence to scam you. Companies, like Google, are looking for ways AI and machine learning can help prevent phishing.  

The Road Through Your Screen

Scanning is vertical; immersion is horizontal.

David Berlow on the future of typography

The godfather of type explains why some of his classic fonts are now available via Monotype, plus how he made fonts for Apple Inc in 1992.

Embracing the duality of UX and systems design

And the value of eclectic designers in creating complex designs

So, Who Owns a Photo Expanded by Adobe Generative Fill?

By this point, you’ve probably seen Adobe’s beta of Generative Fill in Photoshop, which allows you to expand a photo beyond its original borders. It is an incredible feat of technology, but brings up complicated questions: who owns that new, expanded photo? Is it copyrightable?

Every design team needs writers

The secret behind great brands and products.

Passkeys aim to simplify online logins. But their rollout may require a lot of patience

As much as we love to hate passwords, passkeys aren’t close to letting us retire that technology.

FIRST livestream from MARS

Tune in to be amongst the first to see new pictures roughly every 50 seconds as they’re beamed down directly from the Visual Monitoring Camera on board ESA’s long-lived and still highly productive martian orbiter.

Collective #767

With stunning effects, interactive elements, and a design that feels tangible, the website of Wanted for Nothing delights you with wonderful effects as you scroll and hover.

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