Up next in our series, we get to know Lisa Maria Martin—author of our latest book, Everyday Information Architecture. She shares the characteristics she admires most in creative people, the poets she’s inspired by, and what she finds challenging about working remotely. Read on for more.
Just over eight years ago, we published the third title in our collection—a book that would change the content strategy landscape for years to come. Erin Kissane’s The Elements of Content Strategy stands the test of time in any format—print or digital—and now, we’re beyond delighted to make it available on the web. We’re celebrating the launch of the Elements book website, with a super wonderful Q&A with Erin. Read on for more.
This week we’re celebrating three years of David Demaree’s Git for Humans. Since you can get to know the book anytime by reading it, we decided to ask David some questions to get to know him a bit better! He shares how he organizes his work each day, why he thinks the web has as much revolutionary potential today as it did in the ’90s, and why sometimes shorter is definitely better. Read on for more.
Up next in our series, we get to know Jason Grigsby—author of our latest book, Progressive Web Apps. He shares how he handles his daily to-do list, what he thinks tech needs more of, and the one thing he must have to get through the week. Read on for more.