💥Design Brief #138: Facebook tries to hide like count to fight envy, Dropbox becomes a collaborative work tool, and a proposal to treat big data as a personal property

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Dawid Woźniak

Nov 6, 2019 • 1 min read
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Welcome to the 138th edition of Design Brief. This week, you can read about:

  • Andrew Yang’s proposal to treat data as a personal property,
  • Dropbox’s new spaces feature,
  • The reasoning behind hiding like counts on Facebook,
  • Common design mistakes,
  • And more!

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