August’s reading list

Tags: Design

August has been a quiet month, as many of team have taken some time off to enjoy the unusually lovely London summer weather, but we have a few great links to share with you that were shared by the design team this month:

  1. Developing a Crisis Communication Strategy
  2. Accessibility Guidelines
  3. An Evening with Cult Sensation – Randall Munroe
  4. Clearleft Public Speaking Workshop in Brighton
  5. Hello Color
  6. The best and worst Olympic logo designs throughout the ages, according to the man who created I <3 NY
  7. Readability Test Tool
  8. Breadcrumbs For Web Sites: What, When and How

Thank you to Joe, Peter, Steph and me for the links this month!

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