NewslettersMay 25th, 2021

PG #82: Think strategically by thinking fractally

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An illustration of fractals by Hope Lumbsden-Barry. The is a big red triangle, two windows and a plant and two small characters that play with the scale of what you are looking at.

Illustration by Hope Lumbsden-Barry

We don’t have an intro piece for you this week, but we hope you enjoy the contributions below – Emily’s thoughts on how fractals play out in human social systems, Jess’s appreciation for a great Out of Office email, and an artwork that should get any UI designer thinking about how they incorporate name fields.

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