Ed Emberley

Highlighting work spanning more than five decades, this gorgeous and comprehensive book celebrates the talented and prolific life of Ed Emberley.

Why You Want a Code of Conduct

Erin Kissane expertly outlines why our gatherings need a code of conduct. If you are a member of the web community, or really any community, this is required reading.

Ode to a Table

A large kitchen in your average New York apartment is like a mythical beast. You may muse about their existence from time to time, but chances run high that they aren’t real things.

Ditching Twitter

I’ve recently tried just using Twitter less, not engaging as often or as deeply to see if I could somehow keep it around. But not participating feels weird too.


Having a deadline helps drive it into my skull repeatedly that writing has less to do with skill, and more to do with showing up.

Interludes in Design

More articles are focusing on slowing down to not only convey their story, but to set and maintain a mood for the reader.