Dropbox revamp, Figma plugins, scary Deepfakes — and more UX this week

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News & ideas

  • Highlights this week:
    Firefox has a new branding
    Plugins are coming to Figma
    Dropbox is getting a massive overhaul →
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    AI deepfakes are now as simple as typing whatever you want your subject to say.
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    7 ways to convey sarcasm in web content through formatting and code.
  • 4-Day Weeks
    It’s time to switch to a four-day working week, say these two Davos experts.
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    Listen Together is a concept for collaborative listening in Spotify by Mike Battaglia.

Tools & resources

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