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It has been a crazy week here for me; I’ve barely been in front of my computer. However, I still managed to come across some great work and some great ideas. This week’s Found Friday finds include a collection of helpful typography posters, a inspirational notebook, a great article on usability, some astounding branding work for an organic farm, and a useful way to get full-browser-window background images with CSS3. Read on, readers!
There’s a lot that goes into well-designed typography, and a lot to know about type in general. These six graphics each present the need-to-know information in a beautiful fashion.
Need a noteboook out of the norm? Check out the Inspiration Pad. I’m not sure how useful it will be to everyone, but it’ll get your brain working in a fashion it’s not used to.
This article should be read by every web designer and every web design client on earth. That is all.
I absolutely love the branding work done for this organic farm. Unique and it absolutely matches the company. This is a must-see for any logo/identity designer.
We’ve covered various methods of getting full-browser background images before, but the collective genius of A List Apart breaks down how to do it in CSS3 in this great article.