#wdds24 readings and texts

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the readings and texts

Reading are listed in alphabetical order, not the order in which they are assigned. Many of the essays are PDF files that require a PDF reader, like the free Adobe Reader. Notes from BW are in [ ].

Boulton, M. (2007). WhitespaceA List Apart.

Coa, J. (2015, April 7). Web design color theory: how to create the right emotions with color in web designThe Next Web.

Design Justice Network PrinciplesThe Design Justice Network.

Harrison, S. (2019). Five Years of Tech Diversity Reports—and Little ProgressWired.

Kissane, E. (2011, March 8). A Checklist for Content WorkA List Apart.

Marcotte, E. (2011). Responsive web design. Second Edition. New York: A Book Apart. [.pdf]

Muller, G. (2012). Whitespace in Web Design: What It Is and Why You Should Use ItTreehouse.

Neidlinger, J. (n.d.). Color Psychology In Marketing: The Complete GuideCoSchedule.

Niyiawosusi, O. (2020). Building the Woke Web: Web Accessibility, Inclusion & Social JusticeA List Apart.

Santa Maria, J. (2014). On Web Typography. New York: A Book Apart. [.pdf]

Scott, A., et. al. (2018). THE LEAKY TECH PIPELINE: A Comprehensive Framework for Understanding and Addressing the Lack of Diversity across the Tech EcosystemKapor Center for Social Impact. [.pdf]

Walter, A. (2011). Designing for emotion. New York: A Book Apart. [.pdf]

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