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Kristina Halvorson's Content Strategy for the Web contains a simple, yet effective tip for evaluating your content:
This blew my mind to pieces, so I decided to draw up a handy chart. Read on to see the chart.
Generally speaking, content is more or less worthless unless it does one or both of the following:
- Supports a key business objective
- Fulfills your users' needs
I love seeing a piece of design go from "amateur Photoshopper" to simple and clean. See this quick post on how Body Glide delighted my inner design nerd recently with their package redesign.
Over the past few months, I have been working on my own Sass and CSS style guide. Here is where I how I do things at this time:
Like everything in the Playbook, I plan on refining and sharing improvements as I learn and improve my craft.
Read on for a summary of what I include in my style guide
We've all heard of it before: "I want something simple." People get tired of products that present them with so many choices that they don't know where to go next.
When you're building a product, this sentiment can sometimes lead you down the deceptive path of simplistic.
There is an important difference between the terms though.