“Visual Intelligence” is one of the 52 books I’ll read this year. And after reading the first chapter, I kinda felt like I just discovered a book that would tell me how to become more like Sherlock Holmes, and it didn’t disappoint. Visual Intelligence is a book about sharpening your senses and not missing any details, in anything. Especially as a designer, this can be super helpful. Pixel perfect design and no more missed details…

When we talk about typography, we either refer to it as a typeface or a font. And in most situations, it’s fine to use either one. But they actually mean two separate things, and it might be helpful to use the correct version to avoid miscommunication. (And to not annoy your creative director of course). The difference between font and typeface Most articles I’ve read take too long in my opinion to explain the difference.…

As James Chudley states in his book “The Usability of Web Photos”, some people find it strange to talk in term of usability if we talk about photos. But photo’s help us create a certain desired user experience in more ways than we mostly think. Often people use photo’s as a place filler, just to have something in the header of their site. Or they don’t want to spend too much time on choosing an image, I’ll…