Style Guides and Resources


Frontify seems like a neat way to quickly organize a clean, simple, generic style guide. I’ve recently developed my own system based in illustrator to do something quite similar and I’ve been toying with concepts to build sharable pages with my clients rather than the .pdf so that they can easily access or share the link with the pertinent logos and files should they need to with printers and manufacturers.



DevBridge also looks like an interesting tool that would keep styles in very tidy order even more specifically for web development, with little effort.


Working Not Working,

Working Not Working is another interesting thing that you can remember a password for. In the past you needed an invite, which is an interesting tactic intending to keep the quality level high. It appears that there is a 3 trial available, so I will post that here.. rather than keeping a browser tab open until that magical time on the calendar where, I have time to experiment with such things.


Maybe I’ll start posting things on here again..

It’s always fun for folks to visit a sight and observe the sporadic dates of when a blogger contributes regularly for a month and a half, and then goes silent for a couple years so why not.


Perhaps it can become a repository for all of the tabs I don’t want to close, and I can provide a little insight into why the heck I’m vaguely interested in these tools, sites, projects, resources, articles.. etc.. feel free to comment if you’ve tried any of these things out, and if you have an opinion about them!


In summary; I’m working.. but can squeeze in some small projects.. if you see this site start to look nicer… that means I can probably take on more client work, since this site has sat stagnant since about 2010.