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View Resource The Helmet Project

For many Americans, fall brings with it the time-honored tradition of raking leaves, apple cider, and other seasonal activities. One prominent tradition is college and professional football, although one aspect of that pastime seems to have gone unexplored by most of the major media: the helmets. Charles Arey has rectified that situation by creating this novel site, which features his own...

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When one thinks of tessellations, one may frequently think of the somewhat surreal and at times claustrophobic renderings of the legendary M.C.Escher, whose designs decorate many a college student's living space. Designed to celebrate tessellations, this website is maintained by David Annal, who himself has created a number of compelling patterns using tessellations, and placed them on the site....
View Resource Designing Conference Posters

In a previous life, Colin Purrington taught evolutionary biology at Hudson University for fourteen years. Today, he engages in a wide range of pursuits, including offering high-quality tips on designing conference posters. He bills his suggestions as "gratuitous advice on how to prepare posters for scientific meetings, research conferences, and similar gathering of nerds." His humorous tone belies...
View Resource Librarian Design Share

Librarians April Aultman Becker and Veronica Arellano Douglass (who work as a medical librarian and a reference and instructional librarian, respectively) note that "[m]uch of the work we do as librarians involves creating flyers, displays, handouts, websites and other designs that convey helpful information while looking good." Whether promoting a community event or providing a tutorial for using...