A Few of Our Faves: January 26
Jan 26, 2015
Bundle up and dig in to our latest roundup of favorite things:
- In MailChimp’s latest newsletter, Eric Meyer thoughtfully explores the ideas behind designing for crisis.
- It’s true: “we may be small but we’re scrappy”—sweetly emphasized in Ben Callahan’s Pastry Box Project post “On Scrappiness.”
- The powerhouse that is Ethan Marcotte and Karen McGrane are bringing their RWD workshops to you—find out where and when. And don’t forget to check out their latest podcast episodes with Nieman Lab and AIDS.gov.
- Shopify, the engine that brings you easy ordering of every ABA title, shares a superb look at how the way we buy things has changed forever.
- A List Apart Editor-in-Chief Sara Wachter-Boettcher talks about the human experience of usability, in her post “Personal Histories.”
- Luke Wroblewski shares insights about the technosocial transformation our objects bring upon us in his post “Designers Shaping Things.”
- Dan Cederholm shares his view from The Lift.
- Read the latest from our friends at A List Apart: articles “A Vision for Our Sass” and “Live Font Interpolation on the Web,” and column “The People are the Work.”