Nice leather, not too heavy. Cream-white acid free pages of a nice stock for writing – not sure what paper weight. Includes 80 pages worth of full colour maps for places all over the world. Chose this one over the Moleskine travel journals as it’s worldwide rather than city specific.
Punch in width, height, number of columns, width of columns, guttering and even baseline.
Grid maker takes all this information and a little more and spits out a suitable grid. You can download your grid in PNG, but it’s also demonstrated in your browser window.
Odosketch is a new online drawing tool that creates gorgeous digital illustrations and let’s one interactively view previously created drawings. Every detail, from design to usability, seems extremely considered and polished.
Oh My. I think this will keep me busy all weekend. Might have to dust off my wacom 🙂
I’ve been getting really excited about IA lately, wireframes, information heirachy and clever ways to display a lot of complex content.
I found this blog last week and have come back a couple of times to borrow ideas on wireframing techniques to suit some of what I’ve been working on.
A couple of posts I found interesting:
Uni-Form is an attempt to standardize form markup (xhtml) and css, “modularize” it, so even people with only basic knowledge of these technologies can get nice looking, well structured, highly…
I loathe creating forms in HTML – they are my biggest peeve because there’s so much to remember in order to get it right.
Anything that helps me to ensure that my forms are useable and semantically correct get a big “Awesome” from me.