The Design of Everyday Things — Book Summary & Notes | Elvis Chideraelvischidera.com/2022-06-24-design-everyday-things
This is my summary and notes from The Design of Everyday Things by Don Norman. Please use the link if you decide to buy the book after…
The Managers Handbook – The Manager's Handbookthemanagershandbook.com/
This handbook represents the best of our collective knowledge on management and serves as the foundation of our internal training program here at Clearbit.
The Book on Accessibilitythebookonaccessibility.com/
Strategies & tactics for accessibility compliance at scale
Demystifying Public Speaking by Lara Callender Hogandemystifying-public-speaking.com/
Whether you’re bracing for a conference talk or a team meeting, Lara Hogan helps you identify your fears and face them, so you can make your way to the stage (big or small).
The Book of Shadersthebookofshaders.com/
Gentle step-by-step guide through the abstract and complex universe of Fragment Shaders.
Diverted Derived Designbooks.libreobjet.org/open-guide/en/
The term open source is becoming popular among product designers. We see websites and initiatives appear with a lot of good intentions but sometimes missing the point and often creating confusion. Design magazines and blogs are always rushing into calling an openly published creation open source but rarely question the licenses or provide schematics or design files to download.
Stop Running in Circles and Ship Work that Matters
Designing Disability: Symbols, Space, and Society: Elizabeth Guffey: Bloomsbury Academicbloomsbury.com/us/designing-disability-9781350004276/
Designing Disability traces the emergence of an idea and an ideal – physical access for the disabled – through the evolution of the iconic International
Be Kind, Design – Nat Dudley – Mediummedium.com/@natdudley/be-kind-design-d28324b7c348
When you walk down the traffic-clogged streets of New York City, often considered to be one of the most liveable cities in the world, you might notice something about the cyclists. About 80% of them…