👉🏻 Curated weekly UX, Design & Tech resources: faking container queries in Figma, text size in video games, web components accessibility, accessibility mistakes, user interview cards, tree testing, using AI for font pairing, visual inspiration, a time guessing game, cool webGL image manipulations, car UI inspiration, UX research glossary, pixelating tool, CSS loaders, CSS container queries talk, unity accessibility training.
👉🏻 Curated weekly UX, Design & Tech resources: accessibility for designers, persona non grata, dark mode usability, online reviews for UX research, Spotify’s design system, improving brainstorming, information architecture vs sitemaps, free icons, a blend Figma plugin, an accessibility target size checker, cool CSS animations features, avoiding layout shift, making charts accessible and what to expect from WCAG 2.2
👉🏻 Curated weekly UX, Design & Tech resources: cognitive biases cards, the ideal viewport doesn’t exist, writing in public, the UX of chatGPT, value or good design, ethics and morality in UX, how collaborative brainstorm fail, Bézier curves, sounds of space, web glossary, alchemy game, where to put focus when deleting, the lost of colors in logos and the new European Accessibility Act.
Cognitive biases are psychological thought mechanisms and tendencies that cause the human brain to draw incorrect conclusions. They will influence people’s behavior, from user research to team communication and how users interact with a design or a service. We created this deck of 60 cognitive biases cards and a workshop to help teams / students understand how different cognitive biases that will impact people’s behavior.
👉🏻 Curated weekly UX, Design & Tech resources: universal design methods, improving UX job interviews, the good old “use your common sense” UX trope, scroll jacking, accessibility and AI, color contrast, the psychology of rock paper scissors, mapping where the earth will become uninhabitable, free UI/UX books, Figma variables resources, product roadmap, WordPress accessibility, and the shrinking demand for AI tools
👉🏻 Curated weekly UX, Design & Tech resources: evaluating design pattern, alt text decision tree, accordions, nostalgia in UX, copy/paste UX, defining value, WCAG compliant headings, accessibility for TV apps, subtitles, mockup tool, movie database, a sticky note webapp, Zelda gaming UX, accessible text over images, Figma variables, a page with every HTML elements, etc.
👉🏻 Curated weekly UX, Design & Tech resources: teaching information architecture, unmoderated studies, heuristics, B2B research, usability testing checklist, ARIA mistakes to avoid, CSS & accessibility, architecture of US diners, fun movie tool, accessible dialogs, color contrast tool, will AI take your UX role, etc.
👉🏻 Curated weekly UX, Design & Tech resources: accessibility workshops, sharing UX research insights, unmoderated tests, contextual inquiry, dashboard UX, gaming UX, incentives, accessible headings, the world’s longest model train track, a very nice typeface, designer communities, figma prototyping resources, CSS patterns, accessible animated GIFs, the state of UX in Africa, etc.
👉🏻 Curated weekly UX, Design & Tech resources: accessibility in the design phase, passwordless UX, Zelda’s UI improvements but accessibility issues, DnD masters make good UXers, users express solutions and not a problem, recruiting research participants, designing age inclusive products, content modeling, many tools (lyrics database, audio transcripts for Telegram, Figma variables import/export, ebook on legibility, etc.), famous Youtuber’s psychology hacks, new font-face syntax, etc.
Accessibility experts Léonie Watson and Rakesh Paladugula offer pragmatic advice on how to help accessibility become an integral part of design. From keyboard navigation, to the use of colors, ARIA, design documentation and more, they covered what designers need to be aware about to build more inclusive products.