Smashing Book #3⅓ — The Extension: Links and References

On this page we collected all links from the "Smashing Book #3⅓ – The Extension" for your convenience. Please bear in mind that the content or designs may have changed in some cases.

Chapter 1: The Missing Elements of Redesign: Story

The Smashing Book 3: The Extension Chapter 1

Written by Denise Jacobs, Reviewed by Aarron Walter


  1. Wikiquote: Muriel Rukeyser
  2. Wikipedia: sankofa
  3. Facebook: Key Facts
  4. The European, "Information Is Cheap, Meaning Is Expensive": Interview with George Dyson.
  5. Kapur, Shekhar. "We Are The Stories We Tell Ourselves".
  6. Abrams, J.J. "Mystery Box".
  7. Wikipedia: "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus".
  8. Ruger, Kelsey."The Art of Business Storytelling".
  9. Wikipedia: Norman, Donald Arthur. "Emotional Design", 2005.
  10. Behar, Yves. "Designing Objects That Tell Stories".
  11. Wikipedia: Experience Design
  12. Wikipedia: Gamebook
  13. Nutt, Mike. "Non-Linear Narrative in Digital Storytelling".
  14. McGuane, Elizabeth and Snare, Randall . "Making up Stories: Perception, Language, and the Web".
  15. Popova, Maria. "Chart Wars: The Steering Power of Data Visualization".
  16. Medina, John. "Worth a Thounsand Words".
  17. Caputo, Tony C. "Visual Storytelling: The Art & Technique", 2002.
  18. Cohn, Neil. "A Visual Lexicon".
  19. Wikipedia: Visual Language
  20. Beaird, Jason. "The Principles of Beautiful Web Design Article".
  21. McGuane, Elizabeth and Snare, Randall. "Making Up Stories: Perception, Language, and the Web".
  22. Wikipedia: Show, Don't Tell
  23. XHTML Café
  24. Forefathers
  25. Zeldman, Jeffrey. "Twitter Status Update".
  26. Create Digital Media
  27. Ruger, Kelsey. "Storytelling in Business: Elements of Story Structure".
  28. Cox, Patrick. "Developping Visual Rhythm in Web Design".
  29. Danzico, Liz. "The Power of the Pause".
  30. Power of One
  31. Online Writing Lab, "Literary Analysis: Using Elements of Literature".
  32. Captain Dash
  33. Duct Tape & Glitter
  34. FreshBooks
  35. Barrel of Monkeys
  36. Skillshare
  37. Amazee Labs Extreme
  38. Carbonmade
  39. Wikipedia: Chekhov's gun
  40. Kyrnin, Jennifer. "Click Here: How to Write Links That Work".
  41. Daniel Mall
  42. Rutledge, Pamela. "Transmedia Storytelling: The Reemergence of Fundamentals".
  43. Rutledge, Pamela. "Transmedia Storytelling: Neuroscience Meets Ancient Practices".
  44. Wikipedia: Thematic patterning
  45. Second Story
  46. Finck, Nick. "The Cross-Channel Experience".
  47. REI
  48. Starmer, Samantha. "Designing Cross-Channel Experiences".
  49. Ateş, Faruk. "Designing to Where the Web Will Be".

Chapter 2: Rethinking Navigation: Techniques and Design Patterns

The Smashing Book 3: The Extension Chapter 2

Written by Christian Holst and Jamie Appleseed


  1. ConsumerSearch
  2. Laws of Simplicity


Chapter 3: Rework Your Content So It Works for You

The Smashing Book 3: The Extension Chapter 3

Written by Colleen Jones, Reviewed by Michael Driscoll


  1. Visual Web Spider
  2. Site Orbiter
  3. Godin, Seth. "On Critics, Criticism and Remarkability".
  4. The Content Calculator by Eat Media.
  5. Driscoll, Michael. "Project Management + Content Strategy".
  6. Study: "Content and Credibility" on Content Science


Chapter 4: Responsive Smashing Redesign: A Case Study

The Smashing Book 3: The Extension Chapter 4

Written by Vitaly Friedman and Elliot Jay Stocks


  1. Armstrong, Chris. "Goldilocks approach to responsive Web design"


Although we tried to do our best to avoid any mistakes or errors in the book, we did make some mistakes. We apoplogize for that. Here is the list of the mistakes we've found so far (you can also report mistakes and errors in the book):