Time for another edition of the Kendeo Weekender.  Here are some of the cool things we found this past week.

Does your strategy look like this?  We're building a few tools to help you make it look a bit clearer.

We've been looking at some flat-priced work we can do here at Kendeo, so this defense of transparency in web design pricing is an interesting read.  

Some truly great "life lessons" from Brainpickings curator Maria Popova are captured in an amazing print.  A favorite:

When people tell you who they are, Maya Angelou famously advised, believe them. Just as importantly, however, when people try to tell you who you are, don’t believe them. You are the only custodian of your own integrity, and the assumptions made by those that misunderstand who you are and what you stand for reveal a great deal about them and absolutely nothing about you.

What CEO's should know about design:

You cannot have “no design”. Because whatever you end up with, whether you pay attention to design or not, is your design. There is only careless design or thoughtful design. Choose to design thoughtfully.

Malcolm Gladwell on criticism:

Criticism is a privilege that you earn — it shouldn’t be your opening move in an interaction.

A great question to ask yourself at the beginning of each day:

Ask yourself this question the moment you sit at your desk: The day is over and I am leaving the office with a tremendous sense of accomplishment. What have I achieved?

Want to learn to animate, Animakeit is a pretty nifty tool.

And a never-ending Slinky?  Yes, please!!