Aforementioned xScope is now available in a new version.

Also, Nick Disabato, who successfully funded his design book Cadence & Slang using Kickstarter, is at it again. This time, he’s funding Distance, a quarterly publication featuring long-form essays about design and technology. Help fund Distance by clicking here.

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Want to read more like this? Buy my book's second edition! Designed for Use: Create Usable Interfaces for Applications and the Web is now available DRM-free directly from The Pragmatic Programmers. Or you can get it on Amazon, where it's also available in Chinese and Japanese.