Today in Design - Top Articles RoundUp 5 April 2016
The day’s best and most important design- and design business-focused articles, tutorials, and resources hand-picked by Pariah Burke.
- My Year in Startup HellAn exclusive sneak peak at the book “Disrupted” by Dan Lyons on his time at startup Hubspot.Tags: Entrepreneur Freelance Startup
- Free Audio Sound Effects for E-LearningHere is a good starting list for free audio sound effects sites that could be used for your online training and e-learning courses.
- What Adult Coloring Books Show Us: Light, and DarkAs adult coloring books roll on in major publishing markets, the picture coming together isn’t about literature or books or our culture.Tags: Publishing
- The Cities on the Sunny Side of the American EconomyBut this thriving industrial park is just one sign of the many metropolises and smaller cities across the nation that have not only regained their footing since the recession, but are on the upswing.Tags: Entrepreneur Freelance Startup
- 82 Top-Quality Typography Tutorials“Whatever your discipline, typography is an essential part of design, and you can never stop learning about it or improving your typography skills. To help you out, we’ve gathered together the most amazing typography tutorials from around the w…
- Improving UX With Pixar’S 22 Rules of StorytellingHandsome’s Eric Celedonia on how to apply Pixar’s 22 rules of storytelling to user experience design.Tags: Ui UX design
- Before You Judge Lazy Workers, Consider They Might Serve A PurposeA recent Japanese study shows the lazy ants play a critical role in colonies. They contribute when others die or drop out. The researcher says the same is true for humans. But is it?
- 10 WordPress Plugins To Create Landing Pages Easilyif you know how to work a plugin, you can still get your own landing page or coming soon page.
- How One Programmer Broke the Internet by Deleting a Tiny Piece of CodeA man in Oakland, California, disrupted web development around the world last week by deleting 11 lines of code. The story of how 28-year-old Azer Koçulu briefly broke the internet shows how writing software for the web has become dependent on a patchwork of code that itself relies on the benevolence of fellow programmers. When that system breaks down, as it did last week, the consequences…