Rise launches its iOS Alpha, Capacities has a new Pro Plan, what your brain is doing when you're not doing anything, and a lot more in this week's issue of Creativerly.
The future of emails is not AI, Bluesky opens its doors, Superlist v1.0 is now available to everyone, the power of personal experiments, and a lot more in this week's issue of Creativerly.
With all the AI-powered apps popping up and all the tech folks and investors hyping them up, we forget that in most use cases a more pragmatic approach, prioritizing user privacy, autonomy, and usability is the right way to go.
My name is Philipp and you are reading Creativerly, the weekly digest about creativity and productivity-boosting tools and resources, combined with useful insights, articles, and findings from the fields of design and tech. The newsletter built for the creative community. Hey and welcome to Creativerly 260 👋 Well, this issue of
How Skiff sold its company, products, and values, why they are already onto a rough start, and what this acquisition means for Notion.
My essay on the topic of how calendar apps became the all-in-one productivity apps, Project Tapestry by The Iconfactory, what is it that makes us happy, and a lot more in this week's issue of Creativerly.
Suddenly we went from calendar apps that should simplify our lives to managing meetings, events, todos, and even emails in the same app. But why?