Every week I take some of the most popular and interesting tweets that I come across and share them with my community. Enjoy! Follow me on Twitter if you aren’t already
“If you are running a design agency, your job is very likely to combine business development, graphic design, technology and user experience design: a basketful of very different fields. When dealing with clients, one faces the challenge of clearly and effectively communicating the goals and results of the work done in these areas.”
Show and tell for designers in 120,000 pixels or less
“Sometimes clients ask us to implement ‘not-so-unique’ elements into our designs and sometimes it seems almost impossible to convince them otherwise, however, hopefully this post can suggest some reasons why not to use the old web design stock imagery clichés.”
“Every now and again we showcase fantastic favicons, those tiny pieces of art that you’ll find in your browser’s address bar or when rifling through your bookmarks. These little gems are important because they serve as visual indicators to help visitors easily identify content in their browser. That aside, favicons …”
Icons and pictograms as a form of communication are effective to communicate meaning quickly and where space is limited. Not only that, they also reduce language barriers because symbols are not tied to a language like written text.