Tag Design

Ordering Disorder. Grid Principles for Web Design – Khoi Vinn

Khoi’s book is something I felt was needed a few years ago, so much so I contemplated trying to write something similar. Luckily for the world though Khoi actually did it and not just thought about it.

For anyone coming from a graphic design background and moving into digital design, applying all the typographic grid principles [...]

The Designful Company – Marty Neumeier

Marty Neumeier writes ‘whiteboard overviews’—that’s a concise book to most of us.
His previous two, The Brand Gap and Zag are well regarded. The content of them undoubtably graces many powerpoint presentations and you will find them quoted in numerous brand and marketing blogs.

I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve gagged over a phrase [...]

101 Things I Learned in Architecture School – Matthew Frederick

I’m not a student of architecture and never have been, but have always loved architecture enough to have more than a superficial interest in the way space is designed. To study architecture is a huge commitment as there are so many disciplines in which you have to skilled and learned, yet it still requires a [...]

Studio Culture: The secret life of the graphic design studio – Tony Brook & Adrian Shaughnessy

Designers are always musing the opening of their own studio, as the official description of this book suggests, it’s part of their DNA.

Rather than the usual focus on the studio’s output which is always well documented, this starts with the studio’s input, the people and their motivations.
In many cases the interviews do draw out some [...]