A Few of Our Faves: July
Jul 29, 2016
July wraps up with a summer crop of fantastic faves:
- Whether you venture far or near, Rachel Andrew’s “Itinerant Geek” is chocked-full of great travel tips, from what to know before you go to leveling up lounging.
- The Berndt Group reviews Design for Real Life.
- Watch “Content in a Zombie Apocalypse,” Karen McGrane’s talk from An Event Apart. And listen to her interview with Paul Ford on the Track Changes podcast, as they cover nightmare pitch meetings, introductory email ettiquette, and more.
- Eric Meyer asks us to “Pokéstop and Think,” about how we might not always know the societally correct thing to do.
- Find out how Jeremy Keith opened this year’s CSS Day in Amsterdam.
- Catch up on Responsive Web Design podcast’s latest interviews with Cincinnati Art Museum, Vox Media Performance, Communist Party USA, and America’s Test Kitchen.
- What it means to be responsible as a designer, and what it really takes to save the world: Mike Monteiro takes the podium.
- Celebrating ten years of An Event Apart, speakers were asked what they were doing a decade ago! In three parts: Part I, Part II, Part III.