Wireframes, a site for information architects, reminds us that this is the season for pen, pencil and marker sets.
There’s something about a crisp September morning that makes you want to go out and grab a big box of something with lots of colors. Don’t forget colored pencils, which have improved substantially since you were a kid; get an electric sharpener and you’re good to go. When you were six, you probably cared about fluorescent greens and school bus yellows, but nowadays you’ll find surprising uses for a range of grays and neutrals and earth tones.
Wireframes sometimes attracts unusually good comments, too.