Good insight into building a style guide for a large product.
Thus, as you look at your future, the question should not be, “How can I become a billionaire?” You should ask, “Where can I get Enough?”
Fantastic, FANTASTIC, advice.
Spotted this morning at London’s Giddyup Coffee in Fortune Park (near the Barbican): this terrific Venn diagram/grill menu. Haven’t tried Giddyup’s grill, but it’s my daily morning coffee, and it is spectacular.
Ha! Love it.
Finally, put a cherry on top with surprising and delightful details that let the soul really shine all the way through.
A like the simplicity of the process (while understanding the amount of work that goes into each stage). I like the final point.
My first reaction was surprise. Then defensiveness. Maybe a bit of anger. I thought things like, “Well, Steve Jobs had issues, but Apple turned out just fine. It’ll be ok, Greg. Grab a beer.”
Great read and lots of insights for managers and would-be managers.
The point of an infographic is to use visual cues to convey information more clearly and readily than would be possible using text alone. This is a great infographic. So is this. Great infographics can be absurdly simple or dizzyingly complex, so long as theyre intelligible and coherent. The Internet…
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Good tips on using/creating embedded fonts for web icons.
Building for UX edge cases is a great way to mess up the experience 100% of the time to address what happens 0.1% of the time.