What We’re Reading: May 29

By Mauricio Poveda May 29, 2015
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What We're Reading: May 29

Meet Lily: The World’s Coolest Drone That You Probably Aren’t Allowed to Use | CBC News
One of our lovely interns brought this new camera to our attention and we couldn’t get enough of the video. Looking past the obvious issues with drone regulations, this camera really is the coolest drone we’ve seen. Taking adventure photography to a whole new level, we’d be lying if we said we didn’t want one. Check out their video here.

Everything You Need to Know From Google I/O’s Keynote | Mashable
If you missed five minutes of Google I/O’s Keynote, chances are you missed a major announcement. Thankfully, Mashable stepped in with this article to provide a quick summary of the major announcements.

L’Oreal’s Plan to Start 3D Printing Human Skin | The Globe & Mail
The cosmetic’s brand is partnering with Organovo, a bioprinting startup, to determine how to 3D print living skin. They are constantly in need of skin to perform product tests for toxicity and efficacy, and this will hopefully solve their shortage issues. Currently, the skin they test on is grown from tissues donated by plastic surgery patients. Not the most comforting article but interesting nonetheless. 

Why White Space is Crucial to UX Design | Fast Company
Non-designers don’t often give much thought to the white space on the website they visit… unless there is a serious lack of it. While not something most consider unless building their own website, white space is of key importance to attract attention, clarify relationships between objects, and boost user comprehension. 

A Day in the Life of a Product Manager | The Next 36
Thinking of taking out product management course? Take a peek into a day in the life of a product manager. For those who are in the dark about what a product manager does, this should give you a pretty great idea of what it takes to launch a tech product.

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