Hey friends, it’s Friday. Thank Freya we made it. Here’s some things I enjoyed on the internet this week.
Links from the week of January 26th
No More FAQs
Lisa Wright writes on a Alistapart about how we can design for effective way to answer people questions. I’ve been working on using machine learning to surface answers to users. This article helped me thing about how to present that information.
…invest in information that’s built around a comprehensive content strategy specifically designed to meet user and company goals. We call it purposeful information.
Read: No More FAQs
Display: grid opens up so much potential in web layout. So, far I’ve been very good at messing it up. Jen Simmons’ clear explanation and examples are helping me figure them out.
Watch: Layout Land - YouTube
No, You Go
Three Philadelphia designers, “talk about being ambitious, building a career that won’t make you miserable, and finding friends who’ll high-five you along the way.”
Listen: No You Go Show
Mary Lee Berners-Lee Obituary
Mary Lee Berners-Lee, computer scientist, born 12 March 1924; died 29 November 2017.
How to Survive 75 Hours Alone in the Ocean
Just terrifying. More proof the ocean hates you and wishes you were dead.
The dive boat had moved on, and Hewitt was left alone, the tide pushing him farther and farther from shore.