David Kadavy @kadavy
Author/Professor/Janitor, Design for Hackers
David Kadavy is author of the #18 Amazon best-selling book, Design for Hackers. Prior to writing Design for Hackers, David led design at two Silicon Valley startups, freelanced for clients such as oDesk, PBworks, and UserVoice, and launched numerous startups of his own – none of which failed hard enough to be worthy of mention in this bio.
David's work has won international awards that only design snobs have heard of, and his free email courses have taught over 50,000 people the fundamentals of good design.
Design Pitfalls is a free course, delivered via email, that teaches you how to avoid the most common mistakes beginning designers make.
Each Tuesday, for 6 weeks, you’ll learn about a new pitfall, and how to avoid it. The course is specifically geared for the minds of developers.
Wow, there’s a lot of fonts out there! How do you pick the right one?
Never worry again about whether your font is too big, or too small.
What do the colors you’ve picked say about you? Always pick the right colors.
Frameworks like Bootstrap are great, except they make you make this one mistake.
The most common UX mistake hackers make.
The most costly mistake of all (it will kill your conversions).