Here I present a compilation of 5 + 1 interesting design books to enhance creativity, I hope you like it.
Pixel Perfect Precision
The Pixel Perfect Precision Handbook is now four years old. Over
that time we’ve shifted the focus away from pure pixels and started
to cover more about how we work as well — the new chapter on
Design and Development is a perfect example of this. Even though
our portfolio is incredibly diverse, from mobile banking apps to
physics-defying puzzle games, we always apply the same design
principles that we talk about in the following pages. Enjoy!
Minimalist UI Design Trends 2016
- Learn the hottest techniques in minimalist design.
- Understand how Apple, Pinterest and Nordstrom all use minimalist design to make the right first impression on users.
- Tips and tricks for using typography, creative color, and maximizing your content with a minimalistic approach.
- Nearly 20 examples fully examined.
- Author: Carrie Cousins, Ryan Thomas Riddle, Ben Gremillion
- Link: https://www.uxpin.com/studio/ebooks/minimalist-ui-design-trends-2016/
- 41 pages
- 6.9 MB
The Shape of Design
- Author: Adobe
- Link: http://wwwimages.adobe.com/www.adobe.com/content/dam/Adobe/en/products/type/pdfs/adobe-type-primer.pdf
- 20 pages
- 1.1 MB
Design’s Iron Fist
Graphic Design For Non-Profit Organizations
The document presented here is focused on structural design and general best practices as it applies to Non-Profit Organizations. However, the scope of the teachings here apply to good design across any industry or platform.
- Author: Peter Laundy and Massimo Vignelli in partnership with AIGA
- Link: http://rationale-design.com/resources/graphic-design-for-non-profit-organizations/
- 52 pages printed (27 on PDF)
- 12.4 MB