This episode has a bit more “language” than the other ones. Why?

It’s a story about how I pretty much got screwed over.

Tune in for storytime.

 

Have you noticed those unimaginative blurb points, bullet points, and/or lists that seem to be on every ugly website?

Here are some of my ideas for making lists that don’t suck.

– Don’t use them. At all. There are other ways of conveying information. Do that.
– Use at least a well-made icon, and not an elegantfont, or font-awesome.
– Try taking out the body copy, and just use the headings. People skim anyway.
– Don’t make them too long, because people won’t rea-

 

Here are some outside sources on this matter.

About bullet points and lists and blurbs
https://www.nngroup.com/articles/presenting-bulleted-lists/

Some inspirations
http://ui-patterns.com/users/1/collections/lists/screenshots

 

News & Articles

hahahahaha about compromise.
https://modus.medium.com/why-compromise-is-the-great-design-superpower-fa9c1653f4da

also this
https://uxdesign.cc/designing-for-your-clients-or-for-likes-from-your-peers-6ffe335e700c

Here are some “logos” in a perfect world.
https://csshint.com/logo-with-typography

Here’s a logo study of a (highly) imperfect company.
https://www.underconsideration.com/brandnew/archives/new_logo_and_identity_for_godaddy_done_in_house.php

But this isn’t bad at all.
https://godaddy.design/

 

Resources

Just some eye candy
https://www.themasterpicks.com/65-best-creative-instagram-accounts

Very useful
https://tiny-helpers.dev

Also very cool, and very useful.
https://www.colorsandfonts.com/

The title

Anthrax / Sound of White Noise (1993)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IP2UxCujy_k