With adult literacy rates now over 80 percent worldwide, reading is a primary form of communication for most people. But how do we read? And what should designers know about reading? IT’S A MYTH THAT CAPITAL LETTERS ARE INHERENTLY HARD TO READ People perceive all capitals as shouting, and they’re unused to reading them, so […]

Reading: May 2010

A Brief History of Markup Top 10 Free Online CSS Editors For Web Designers 10 Golden Lessons From Steve Jobs The Mighty Pixel is Not Sacred Simple, Practical Color Theory Life After My Day Job… How I Monetized My Passion 15 in-Depth Examples of Addictive User Experience High Converting Web Design With Offshoring The State […]

Reading: March 2010

To Sketch or Not To Sketch? Ten Tips to Improve your Freelance Portfolio What Makes A Great Cover Letter, According To Companies? “HTML5” versus Flash: Animation Benchmarking 7 Extremely Useful Chrome Extensions for Web Developers User Interface Style Guide Mainstream design blogging: The age of crap The Brads – Alignment in Design How To Build […]