Diseño y retículas, una pequeña bibliografía
Sistemas de retículas. Un manual para diseñadores gráficos - Josef Müller-Brockmann
Editorial Gustavo Gili, ISBN: 978-8425225147
The Grid: A Modular System for the Design and Production of Newpapers, Magazines, and Books - Allen Hurlburt
John Wiley & Sons, ISBN: 978-0471289234
The Vignelli Canon - Massimo Vignelli
Grid Systems: Principles of Organizing Type - Kimberly Elam
Princeton Architectural Press, ISBN: 978-1568984650
Principios fundamentales de composición: 100 proyectos de diseño con retículas - Beth Tondreau
Editorial Blume, ISBN: 978-8480768474
Geometry of Design - Kimberly Elam
Princeton Architectural Press, ISBN: 978-1616890360
Making and Breaking the Grid: A Graphic Design Layout Workshop - Timothy Samara
Rockport Publishers, ISBN: 978-1592531257
The Elements of Typographic Style - Robert Bringhurst
Hartley and Marks Publishers, ISBN: 978-0881792058
Ordering Disorder - Khoi Vinh
Pasad de este libro. Aprenderéis lo mismo viendo el PDF de su presentación con Mark Boulton en el SXSW del 2007, “Grids Are Good”: http://www.subtraction.com/pics/0703/grids_are_good.pdf
“the world needs to be immutable to protect itself from the innate destructive force of man & his editor”
– Twitter / williamlouth: @worrydream I’m now convinced …
“play is the most economically efficient mode of creative work.”
– Highlighted by Ale Muñoz in The Cathedral and the Bazaar by Eric S. Raymond
Best ever graphic depiction of how Git works (via DIY Guides - Open Sourcerer)
“"Father, there is nothing more to be done. The steps have been washed for the third time, the stone lanterns and the trees are well sprinkled with water, moss and lichens are shining with a fresh verdure; not a twig, not a leaf have I left on the ground." "Young fool," chided the tea-master, "that is not the way a garden path should be swept." Saying this, Rikiu stepped into the garden, shook a tree and scattered over the garden gold and crimson leaves, scraps of the brocade of autumn! What Rikiu demanded was not cleanliness alone, but the beautiful and the natural also.”
– Highlighted by Ale Muñoz in The Book of Tea
“being able to maintain design quality in the face of change is one of the most difficult aspects of being a designer on an agile team”
– Continuous Design and the NoPSD Movement | Hacker News
Using Sketch Mirror, LiveView, SilkScreen, Skala Preview, AirServer & others via USB
If you design for mobile, chances are you’re using some tool that lets you preview your designs on your iPhone’s screen (and if you don’t, shame on you : )
These tools use a shared Wifi connection (be it your main wireless network, or an Ad-Hoc network you’ve created using the Sharing preference panel) to which you need to connect both your computer and your device.
However, sometimes Wifi networks are flaky. If you happen to work in an environment with many wireless devices, getting your screen to refresh might be a daunting task. Also, good luck trying to stream video using AirServer or Reflector.
But don’t despair.
Yesterday, after ranting on Twitter about these issues with @pieteromvlee, @alexisgallagher shared a tip that will allow you to connect to these tools via a USB cable.
I’ve tried it, and it works beautifully. AirServer now streams videos at 60fps without a hitch.
What you need
- A USB cable (ahem)
- An iOS device with the “Personal Hotspot” feature enabled
- Enable the Personal Hotspot in Settings
- Connect your phone to your Mac
- Open System Preferences › Network
- Your iPhone should be detected and added to the list of devices. Make sure it’s the last device on the list, so you’re not using your data plan for desktop browsing (you can change the order of devices by clicking on the gear icon, then choosing “Set Device Order…”)
- As an extra (optional) step, you can disable your device’s Wifi connection to make sure you’re using USB.
- Now you can open your favorite tool, and it will work over USB