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The Manual No. 2
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"

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In this issue

  • Through the lens of grief, Alex Charchar sees creative work, and the world, differently.
  • Tasked with designing a new wayfinding system for a museum, Mark Boultonexperiments on patrons and meets with honest feedback.
  • For Karen McGrane, what was once a disability is now, sometimes, a superpower.
  • Cennydd Bowles argues that the future of web design can be saved if web applications are built not only for humans but for humanity, and made to last.
  • When we learn to articulate the complexity and value of our work, Trent Walton forsees not only better understanding but greater respect for our profession.
  • Josh Brewer welcomes the end of the rock star era and the dawn of great design teams.

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