Weekly Roundup 02/05/14
This is the first of a weekly series of posts to share what your friendly dxwers have been reading and sharing this week.
- Responsive from Zurb – a gallery of responsive sites
Awesome gallery showcasing some interesting and innovative responsive patterns (I also recommend mediaqueri.es).
- Wikipedia redesign – why I wouldn’t hire you
An article explaining why beautiful redesigns are pointless without a real user focus.
- What Civil Servants want from academics [PDF]
ManchesterPolicy team break down the conflicting expectations of civil servants and academics, and what each (potentially erroneously) expect from the other.
- Dumbing down
A great article arguing against the dumbing down of content from Sarah Richards at the GDS.
- Visualising Git Concepts with D3
A hands on tool to visualise what’s going on in the background when you issue git commands. A really useful interactive learning tool around some tricky concepts.
- Find Ten People
An article which succinctly sums up the secret of new marketing from Seth Godin.