In: Reviews > Product Reviews
Published on December 3, 2002
Web designers and developers are used to reading multiple books to keep their skills sharp. The reference materials that help the developer or designer are often gargantuan and expensive, and the need to thumb through dense volumes in order to obtain needed information and apply it doesn’t rate high on anyone’s list of enjoyable activities.
The card and the foldouts contain the same information, but each has its advantages. Both are durable, attractive, and color-coded accordiing to content. The information design is ingenious. The uses of a listed item are easily ascertained at a glance.
The /files/includes/print.cssing on the foldouts is considerably larger than on the card, so those who have challenges reading small text may prefer to use them instead.
It’s easier to keep one’s place with the card, but if you need to share the information with a team of programmers, the foldouts might be a better choice.
US $/files/includes/10.css each
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