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The Manual No. 1
A Design Journal for the Web

The Manual is a design journal for the web.

Not a how-to, but instead, a platform for evaluating why we design for the web the way we do.

It's a series of books about what it means to design for the web, including for whom we design and the principles we must bear in mind as we create our work.

Expertly designed and crafted, The Manual is a must-read for design professionals, with features and illustrations.

See the Additional Information tab below for a detail of this issue's contents. 

Size: 5.5" x 8.5"

Pages: 96

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In this issue

  • As the web matures, Simon Collison identifies what distinguishes great designers: the ability to inquire beyond the necessary, yet focus on what they love.
  • Frank Chimero observes the struggle to stay human online and the imperative to build the web in a way that eliminates the distance between us.
  • Considering the proliferation of web design galleries, Jon Tan advocates for context in the exhibition and archival of web design.
  • Dan Rubin examines how the history and meaning of the page has influenced the way we design the web.
  • Chronically interested in everything, Liz Danzico comes to recognize the value of white space in creating a life.
  • With the craft of our industry in place, The Standardistas define a process for cultivating critical thinking.

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