The Tremendous 10, #10

Here’s the 10th edition of The Tremendous Ten. Next week we’ll go to a weekly Friday link roundup.

  1. Infographic Designers’ Sketchbooks | “Get an inside look at different designers’ creative processes for making quality infographics with Infographic Designers’ Sketchbook by Steven Heller and Rick Landers.”
  2. FontShop Type Glossary | “Along with the FAQs, it may answer many font-related questions.”
  3. Periodic Table of Elements | By Google: “The visualization displays different types of element “sizes” encoded as either bars or cubes.”
  4. Twitter employee No. 51’s exit interview is an eye-opener | “She has one of those single-name Twitter handles that signals either an early adopter or — in this case — an early Twitter employee.”
  5. Marked Up Photographs Show How Iconic Prints Were Edited in the Darkroom | “Want to see what kind of work goes into turning a masterful photograph into an iconic print?”
  6. Three Questions with Slack’s CEO | “Slack wants to be an open, searchable home for all your work communication.”
  7. Museum of Endangered Sounds | “Click a thumbnail to take a listen down memory lane. Click the thumbnail again to turn it off and play another.”
  8. Typeset In The Future: Alien | “The opening credits for Alien are nothing short of a typographic masterpiece.”
  9. What’s wrong with this picture? | “Flickr is about to sell off your Creative Commons photos.”
  10. 40 Brand Logos with Hidden Messages | “Some of the best known logos hide the best kept secrets.”

Image credit: from link #5, shared by Pablo Inirio via PetaPixel.