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Working with Charles and Ray Eameshttp://streetfurniture.com/au/working-charles-ray-eames/
Australian architect Darrel Conybeare joined the Eames office in Venice, California, in 1967, as a young graduate of the Architecture and Civic Design Masters program at the University of Pennsylvania. The next three years were beyond his greatest expectations …
“I learned [about] the importance of building prototypes at both small scale and full size for all design outputs, products and graphic elements; and, ultimately, that there is no substitute for simple hard work in tackling any design challenge.”
Running in Circles – Why Agile Isn’t Working and What We Do Differentlyhttps://m.signalvnoise.com/running-in-circles-aae73d79ce19
Ryan Singer explains how, at Basecamp, they use the so called uphill phase to learn – through prototypes – what’s hard and what’s possible in a project.
Basecamp Employee Handbookhttps://github.com/basecamp/handbook/
“So, this is where we’ll try to share what’s worth knowing about Basecamp the company, our culture, our process, and our history.”
Designing for the Web, by Mark Boultonhttp://designingfortheweb.co.uk/index.php
Modern web design is a discipline that spans a huge range of skills. In his book, Mark Boulton masterfully guides you through things like process and workflow, research, typography, colour, layout, and much more.
Design systems and Postel’s lawhttp://markboulton.co.uk/journal/design-systems-and-postels-law
Postel’s law – “Be conservative in what you do, be liberal in what you accept from others” – applied to design systems and their origination process. What a wonderful thought by @markboulton!
Creating A Living Style Guide: A Case Studyhttps://www.smashingmagazine.com/2016/05/creating-a-living-style-guide-case-study/
One of the most elaborate case studies on living style guides I've read so far. By @StevenKLambert