Just realized that I have run out of business cards, and I am speaking at SXSW in a week. What clever, amusing, geeky solutions for sharing my contact information are out there? [more inside]
I think i've peaked as a designer, help me find my next step. [more inside]
I'm in a rut. I need information graphic inspiration. [more inside]
Visual Web Interfaces for Workflows - I have a complex workflow that I need users to be able to set up quickly and easily. I need suggestions and examples on how to visually / interface-wise represent this complex workflow. [more inside]
My company produces monthly invoices which are badly designed and over complicated. Our customers are confused, and it's generating large amounts of calls into our call center with questions about what's on the invoice. [more inside]
I’m looking for examples of web-based learning tools, specifically, self-testing tools such as flashcards, multiple choice, and fill-in-the-blank. [more inside]
Do you know any good examples of sites that use both facets and tags for navigation? [more inside]
For a project at work, I've been building a conceptual map of a communications network. The boss is happy with the results, but thinks the current output
(minus identifying labels) is confusing and needs prettying up. [more inside]
I am looking for short videos | animations that show good information design. They could be scientific, engineering, educational or even artistic, as long as they provide clear demonstrations and explanations about dynamic processes, and do so with some graphic / 3d / animation flair.
Best designed "information" sites? I've done a lot of web sites for bands / independent films / small businesses. I've now been asked to create a site for a large government organization and am scouring the web for design inspiration. What are your favorite sites (not necessarily gov't) that are clean/modern and well organized and/or offer features you think are important to a site that has a heft of wide-ranging information?