Around 2008, I designed this business-card-sized pamphlet to promote programming best practices for developers working with the Drupal content management system. More than a “cheat sheet,” the guide had ten  panels filled with code. The pocket size was important, because we wanted it to be very easy for programmers to always have this pamphlet handy.

All the code snippets and recommendations were written by expert Drupal developers I worked with at the time. All the color coding of the code semantics — done automagically online using JavaScript libraries — I did by hand. Despite the rich black background and tiny typeface, the code as printed was easy to read — at least for young eyes. Some of us needed reading glasses.



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