Stephen Bernhardt on May 08, 2012
Think about how to make this page more useful. For example, is there other content in TCBOK this should link to? Information on audience? Usability? Usability testing as a way to know audience?
Can you combine this page with Web page design--just down the list--and have one better entry?
Can you show the color wheel?
Can you tighten the language and not lose any content?
When you discuss fonts, can you put each font name in the corresponding font, so readers get a view of what the font looks like?
I don't see enough research here. What are the 3 best books on Web page design? What are 3-4 of the best articles to read? Develop an annotated bibiography, so this really sends people to the absolute best places to learn more. Where do I go to understand accessibility or to see guidelines or requirements for accessible websites?
Be careful about skimming the surface too much. If you find yourself writing something that sounds like plain common sense that everyone knows, then delete it and keep the really useful information.
Didn't Krug title his book Don't Make Me Think! ? Are you sure this is Redish's idea?
Check spacing and do some careful proofing.