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The Manual No. 3
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

  • A recovering perfectionist, Paul Soulellis embraces chance and vulnerability, and calls for humility within the design community.
  • Tiffani Jones Brown defines passion as a practice, a process, a current.
  • Nina Stössinger looks typography in the eye and examines the inglorious, invisible craft of making text work.
  • From text to hypertext, Duane King examines the evolution of the reading experience, as well as the opportunity and responsibility that comes with bringing text to life.
  • Tracing the history of hypertext, Jeremy Keith examines the power of building connections across an ever-expanding body of knowledge.
  • To establish a sense of history and elevate conversation, Ethan Marcotteadvocates for learning from our past and acknowledging our influences.

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