Do you need a grammar refresher? Or tips for avoiding biases in your writing? Style guides are invaluable resources that can help you communicate better. Check out the Sassy Lady Design & Editorial website for links to widely-used style guides: http://bit.ly/37zqpMY
An easy-to-read chart on the history of the modern English alphabet from Colossal.com. (Bonus: it has a a lot of colors!) Link: http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2019/01/evolution-of-the-alphabet/
A fantastic read on visual layout from Visual Mess.com. (The Sassy Lady learned a thing or two herself!) Link: http://www.visualmess.com/
Take a walk down (a very diseased) memory lane with this recent Merriam-Webster "Words At Play" post.
This short Entrepreneur.com article and infographic on commonly used graphic design terms will help you and your designer stay on the same page (pun intended). Graphic Design Jargon: Get The Most Out Of Your Designer
Whether you like a lot (or a little) color in your life, its impact as a communication tool is far-reaching. With that in mind, here are a (brief!) background on color theory and some resources to help you use color more effectively.
Test your typography knowledge with some quick information on fonts and typefaces. Although the term font is often used to describe all text character attributes, it is really a specific size and style of characters within a typeface. A typeface is a set of letters, numbers, punctuation marks, and symbols of the same design. Source: … Continue reading Typography (Part 1)