You will probably have your own traditional methods for finding useful design information and resources, but you can’t beat studying a well crafted and creative info-graphic, and if it teaches you something interesting or if it is helpful and insightful in any way, then its even better.
Below you will find three more info-graphics for designers.
What colour is happiness in China? Or good luck in Africa? Or anger in Eastern Europe? Are any color meanings universal across cultures and continents?
Colors In Cultures is a visualization of the meanings of different colours in different cultures by David McCandless and AlwaysWithHonor.com.
Colours In Cultures
Choosing the perfect font for any project can be difficult, this flowchart certainly more than tries to help with a touch of humor.
So You Need A Typeface (Flowchart)
The browsers are grouped into color schemes based on their underlying rendering engine – e.g. all Firefox versions are shades of blue, Chrome/Safari – yellow, IE – pink. Each ray also has a different background color if it is a CSS3 feature.
Each browser is represented with a tile on the bar and gets an equal width of space, so if you see a bar that is full, that means that feature has universal support among all the 8 browsers.
HTML5 and CSS3 Readiness