Let's escape down the rabbit hole that is the internet for a moment. Here's this weeks collection of link to things we found useful and/or interesting, or just plain silly. Nevertheless, you can write this off as professional development in your favourite time tracker.
- This shouldn't come as a shock to anyone, but the digital advertising systems are completely out of control. Especially from the point of view of privacy. As with many things, this is especially impacts young peoples lives. The downward spiral isn't showing many credible signs of changing trajectory either, as development is driven by international conglomerates while national lawmakers are playing catch-up. We know small web agencies such as ours can't change it, but it's becoming more and more clear that each and everyone of us need to wake up and offer our clients more awareness on this subject, and point towards less intrusive alternatives. Anyways, here's a Norwegian article regarding the Privacy Commission viewpoints.
Design of the week
- Apple is mansplaining how to design effective charts in this developer article.
- Oh boy. If you've followed this journal for a while, you'll know we're chronicling tools that makes us more efficient. We're currently at minus, gaining time for each minute we spend. Now, Stark is promising to speed up our accessibility workflow from "months to minutes." Mind. Blown.
- So what are you going to spend all that saved time on? How about just templating your next project with Boost from Framer? Boom, more time saved.
Tech of the week
Our head of sales and main copywriter had to run to a meeting and couldn't finish writing the weekly texts, so here are the tech links just as they ar