A useful resource for teaching customers about web design

As discussed in my last post, many customers do not really understand design; this is doubly true when it comes to designing for the web. Right on cue, Wee Nudge is an excellent recourse for teaching customers about web design (and, indeed, design in general).

Topics include spec work, the “fold”, whitespace, wireframes, content—and that all-important subject of giving, and getting, feedback. The articles are from a variety of sources, and should be an invaluable resource in enabling you to work better with your customers.

You know what they say: “give a man a web design and you feed him for a day; but teaching customers about web design will enable a great working relationship.”

Or something like that…

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