A handy bunch of checklists from Dave for creating accessible components. Each component gets a card that lists the expectations for interaction.
A collection of collections.
This site is dedicated to compiling and sharing useful resources for Designers and UI Developers.
Cameron contrasts Syd Mead with Frank Lloyd Wright.
Mastery of materials is a valuable thing to have. It will help you build what’s needed now and forge ahead into the near future. But vision is also valuable – it helps inspire and drive teams, and lays out a longer term future that can alter the path of humanity. What I take from the futurists and the realists is that there’s a place for every person and every process; what you need to do is find your own place, get comfortable, and own it.
Yes! I’ve wanted this forever!
This is nifty little piece of CSS for numbering nested lists. I don’t think I’ve come across the
counter value or the
counter-increment properties before (or if I did, I’ve completely forgotten about it).
This looks like a really handy service from Readability: gather together a number of related articles from ‘round the web and then you can export them to a reading device of your choice. It’s like Huffduffer for text.
It’s funny because it’s true.
Organise tea-making duties in the office with Twitter lists. This could be very handy...
Taking shopping lists and setting them in a more typographically pleasing way.