A collection of digital publishing references.
- Graphic Design
- Web Design
A Handmade Web
‘handmade web’ to refer to web pages coded by hand rather than by software…
A List Apart — Design (ongoing)
A List Apart explores the design, development, and meaning of web content, with a special focus on web standards and best practices.
In Cybertext Espen Aarseth explores the aesthetics and textual dynamics of digital literature and its diverse genres, including hypertext fiction, computer games, computer-generated poetry and prose, etc.
Declarative Design Tools
Our brains and computers are fast; our hands, mice and keyboards are slow.
Designing the Editorial Experience
This book, which developed from the experiences of the authors at RES magazine, provides an introduction to the basics of graphic and digital design.
ECAL launches an online foundry in association with Swiss Typefaces. The website features typefaces designed by Bachelor Graphic Design and Master Art Direction students.
Google Design is a cooperative effort led by a group of designers, developers, writers, and UX advocates at Google whose goal is to capture and share their work and ideas with the user.
Layout in Flipboard
Flipboard Pages, a layout engine that turns web page articles into magazine pages for the iPad.
Resilient web design
Resilient Web Design, you might think that this is a handbook for designing robust websites. This is not a handbook. It’s more like a history book.
Roger That: Emoji Overdrive
A font that turns the 2,000 most used English words into emoji.
Scrolling on the web: A primer
Scrolling is one of the oldest interactions on the web. Long before we had pull-to-refresh or infinite-loading lists, the humble scrollbar solved the web’s original scaling problem: how can we interact with content that’s stretched beyond the available viewport?
Swiss in CSS
Swiss in CSS is a homage to the International Typographic Style and the designers that pioneered the ideas behind the influential design movement.
The Box Model
… Now we’re going to go a bit deeper and look at exactly how elements are displayed on a page and how they are sized.
The Future of Browser History
About browsers history, and how we tend to browse nowadays.
Using Computer Modern on the web
Computer Modern is the family of typefaces developed by Donald Knuth for TeX. It’s so good-looking that some scientists do research just so they can write it up in Computer Modern.