10 comments

  • Account deleted over 1 year ago

    I'm quite a dick about repo's since they're mostly copy paste links but this is quite good and well curated.

    lovely done.

    The other thing what I love is how you've just stripped away with your 'uni grad designer' ego shell and share your knowledge. That's the most important thing to be a successful designer. Way important than experience or a fancy portfolio. I'm sure that you're going to grow into a great designer and I'll be following trends that you've designed within a few yrs.

    5 points
  • pfrex ., over 1 year ago

    Thank you so much for sharing. Great content!

    4 points
  • Jan SemlerJan Semler, over 1 year ago

    This is...

    Awesome. Much appreciated. You will have a little place in my design brain, forever...

    1 point
  • Catalin Vasile, over 1 year ago

    Really nice of you to share this Tregg!

    1 point
  • Alexis WollseifenAlexis Wollseifen, over 1 year ago

    Great!

    But, check your links, there are duplicated ones.

    Ex : Laws of UX points to [https://type.method.ac] and UX Checklist points to [http://accessibilitymanifesto.com]

    1 point
    • Tregg FrankTregg Frank, over 1 year ago

      Thanks! This was a part of a really fast sprint, so i'm sure there's lots of errors i missed. Thanks again!

      0 points
      • Omkar Joshi, over 1 year ago

        Hey , Great resource! Do you know any similar interactive websites like the bezier game and type.method.ac you have mentioned?

        1 point
  • Mike smith, 4 months ago

    You can become a professional without further education. For example, such website allows a person to obtain individualized knowledge from various disciplines. This is an opportunity to search and improve your knowledge or visualize your ideas.

    0 points