The Tremendous 10 link roundup, #12

  1. Font Awesome Icons | “The complete set of 479 icons in Font Awesome 4.2.0.”
  2. Spectacular Historic Infographics Now Available As Posters | “These Library of Congress maps and visualizations are the perfect gift for the data-viz obsessive in your life.”
  3. Computers Are People Too | “How Disney Was Hustled into Making the Trippiest Movie About Computers Ever.”
  4. 7 tips for designing awesome animated GIFs | “Eventually, people started asking, ‘How do you make those GIFs?’ So we figured it was time to spill the beans.”
  5. The Year of Outrage | “Slate tracked what everyone was outraged about every day in 2014. Explore by clicking the tiles below, and then scroll down to read about how outrage has taken over our lives.”
  6. The startup that makes your startup look cool | “Sandwich has become the most sought-after producer of videos for tech companies large and small.”
  7. Design. What’s It Worth? | “What’s the best way to manage your creative business finances? How do you go about pricing design work? Learn how with The Creative Professional’s Guide to Money by Ilise Benun.”
  8. Big Idea 2015: The Unexpected Path to Creative Breakthroughs | “I’ve just finished reading Walter Isaacson’s wonderful new book, The Innovators, in which he charts the 150-year history of the computer revolution.”
  9. How to See Inspiration in the Everyday | “You can’t force inspiration, but how do you cultivate an environment where you are open to it?”
  10. Gamechanger: A Cautionary Tale of Corporate Jargon | “…we wanted to poke some gentle fun at corporate jargon in this year’s Holiday Card. Featuring all the corporate jargon we could conceivably stuff into a seven verse poem, our hope it that it can remind all of us, including ourselves, to use turbocharged buzzwords a little less in 2015, and plain old English a little bit more.”

Image courtesy Library of Congress.