Not sure what accessibility changes will have the most benefit to your existing software? Are you in the build process and need to make sure accessibility has been appropriately considered? Use this checklist as a starting point.
Welcome to Volume 56 of Found Fridays, where we showcase the best design finds o’ the week. This week, we have: part one of an article on Dieter Rams’ 10 principles of good design; how to make the best out of unwanted downtime; 20 iOS style app icons for inspiration; a website that has a ton of free, established brand logos for download; and a combination of useful CSS3 & HTML5 apps.
Dieter Rams is a huge inspiration for many a designer, and published 10 principles for good design. Over on Drawar, a community member has summarized these principles in a two-part post.
It happens – your internet goes down. Instead of lying, shivering, in the fetal position, why take this time to tackle some outstanding, non-internet-related work? Here’s a good article that helps you get cracking. Note: read this before your internet goes down.
Quite simply, 20 beautiful iOS-inspired icons. Have a look if you’re working on an icon design project and get those wheels turning!
While this isn’t a find of this week, it is definitely worth sharing. Brands of the World lets you download vector logos of established brands for your use; we’re talking big brands to small brands; Coca-Cola, IBM etc. Definitely a useful bookmark for designers.
There’s a ton of resources out there designed to make our lives as web designers a little easier. This article rounds up some great tools to add to your web development toolbox.
See you next week!