Three little things have really stood out to me after a couple of weeks using El Capitan that were notable and worth remark. Here they are.
It never fails that my posting frequency drops around Christmas and New Years. Winter hibernation, food coma, whatever it is, I’m shaking it off and unloading all the cool links I’ve been saving up.
In response to a L.A. Times article, Joe Clark assembled a Flickr gallery of dishwasher instruction manuals. I thought this was interesting enough to blog because
- Somebody, somewhere had to design these manuals. They made little dishwasher illustrations or took pictures of a “properly” loaded dishwasher. That’s funny to me.
- I have personally been scolded many a time for my inefficient, unorthodox, and just plain wrong loading of a dishwasher.
Looking for a last minute stocking stuffer for that website designer in your life? Maybe you need something to throw in the pile for the agency’s Dirty Santa game? Have a look at this deck of 53 miniature playing cards for laying out your information architecture and making content discovery more fun. Well designed, nerdy, and functional - awesome!
Want to easily layout ASCII art and not have to hold down the spacebar a lot? Have a look at Monodraw by the folks at Helftone.
Client work has picked up and hopefully I’ll be able to share some of that soon. In the meantime, here’s a huge list of awesome things from around the Internet that have been collecting dust in my browser tabs. Enjoy!
Let’s start the week off with pixels — a pixel game and The Dead Pixel Society. Ooh, how exciting!
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