Recommended reading, design studies and more - link post of the week

Wed, 09/05/2012 - 22:58 -- admin
http://deniserebryakov.tumblr.com Great calligraphy, new fonts and lettering work, and more random goodness in Denis Serebrakov's tumblelog

http://www.mediacurrent.com/blog/webinar-drupal-modules-display-suite-co... Learn how to use the tools the experts are using! This webinar teaches how to utilize several of Drupal's most powerful site-building modules to build out Drupal websites.

Looks useful for building intelligent back-end for Drupal: improving node add form by separating node data into collapsible groups etc http://drupal.org/project/nodeformcols

http://www.mediacurrent.com/blog/zen-and-drupal-developer zen and drupal development: Why not take a more Zen approach to your Drupal development? When you come down to choosing your modules, try meditating on these Mantras...

http://mapbox.com/blog/2012-09-05-mapping-crowdsourced-locations-google-... An example of plotting realtime, crowdsourced data on a custom MapBox map - a demo site that allows people to report the locations of oil spills in Nigeria. It's very simple: someone finds a spill and fills out information about it into a web form.