Mobile & Multi-Device Design – A new free book by Luke Wroblewski and team who share their lessons from building Polar. Available as an iBook (with videos) and PDF. Luke W also announces that Polar is joining Google, which follows his previous product Bagcheck being acquired by Twitter in 2011.
The Sketch Manual Part 1: insights, tips, and a whole gamut of other resources for practitioners both new and old.
Chicks & Types, an ongoing, personality-filled series pairing characters (illustrated) with characters (letterforms).
Use Sparingly is a collection of overused industry jargon, and it’s basically just pretty great.
http://codyhouse.co/ – Some beautiful interactions and code snippets.
Designing for the web – A field manual with best practices and resources.
These days, I occasionally build websites. Here is my latest – introducing the Hammerhead One http://hammerhead.io/
Hammerhead is a simple GPS navigation system for your bike. You use an app to set your destination — the Hammerhead device syncs up and guides you with lights along the way. Available for pre-order.
Evaluating your design? In search of a best practice? Need an example to contextualize all those high-level UX principles?
Head on over to the IxD Checklist.
Responsive Emails: Patterns and resources
Design Lab: A bunch of delightful, experimental interface interactions by Sharp & Nimble
Cognitive Lode: Pop psychology goodness