Outstanding Free eBooks on Design

In our rebooting of Arbenting, another of our articles that was really popular with the community was a collection of free design ebooks that got traffic from all over the web. In fact, people still search for it today. So we decided that waiting to get this post redone was somewhat cruel and unusual punishment to those still coming in looking for it. So welcome back.

In all honesty, this post really benefited from an update! Today there are some fantastic design related ebooks available that weren’t around when the original post was put together. So getting to feature virtually a whole new crew of books helps to keep the post up to date, and current. Now we’re able to offer books on general design, freelance design, game design, web design and more!

How Do You Design?

How Do You Design? is a great collection of over one-hundred descriptions of design and development processes, from architecture, industrial design, mechanical engineering, quality management, and software development.

Design With Intent

Design With Intent, meaning design that’s intended to influence or result in certain user behaviour, is an attempt to describe lots of types of systems (products, services, interfaces, environments) that have been strategically designed with the intent to influence how people use them.

20 Must Have SEO Tips

20 Must Have SEO Tips is a great Ebook for do-it-yourself types or people interested in real word SEO tips or tactics used to catapult
your website past competitors by focusing on the metrics that matter most.

Ultimate Level Design Guide Ebook

The Ultimate Level Design Guide Ebook includes tips, advice, insight and principles into level design and game environment art.

Type Classification eBook

Jacob Cass’ Type Classification eBook will help you learn the 10 broad classifications of type. These are the basic foundations of what you need to learn to learn typography and it is essential for any designer to know how to classify type.

Getting Real

37signals used the unconventional Getting Real process to launch five successful web-based applications (Basecamp, Campfire, Backpack, Writeboard, Ta-da List), and Ruby on Rails, an open-source web application framework, in just two years with no funding, no debt, and only 7 people.

50 Guerrilla Marketing Tactics For Freelancers

50 Guerrilla Marketing Tactics For Freelancers will help you build a solid, thriving freelance business. By equipping yourself with guerrilla marketing tactics like these, you’re going to be able to market your business a million times better than your competition.

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About the Blog

The Arbenting Blog was created by Angie Bowen & Rob Bowen to give back to the design community with custom made freebies, design articles, inspiration and more. All of the freebies offered here are available for both commercial & personal use, no attribution required.