Every day, I share on Twitter and LinkedIn a list of curated articles I read, resources and tools about UX Design, User Research, UI and mobile design, HTML, CSS, the web industry, some process, some inspiration, etc. This is an archive of everything I shared this week.
This week I facilitated a “how might bad actors abuse your product and what can you do about it” remote workshop. It was a lot of fun. It went in 3 rounds: list features, another group plays “bad actors” and abuses the features and then find ways to prevent and react to those. I also talked at Entrepreneurship Talk n°3: Introduction to UX design.
Designing with ketchup, a nice reminder that design tools change, there will always be a debate on “which tool is the better”, but we should focus on solving real problems and communicating with other disciplines that build the product, not tools.
Some thoughts on Interfaces: an interesting 10 min read on interfaces, user state of “flow” and how people interact with systems, why we need to find this fine line between simplicity and complexity, aka skill floors and skill ceilings and the notion of adaptive interfaces
In case you are in the office and are missing those “home” sounds like trapped fly, small dogs, or maybe children and roommate in a zoom call sound, here’s a tool that lets you play them in the background
Legal Update: Accessibility Overlay Edition: a overlay company in France sue accessibility experts for publicly speaking about overlay issues and a lawsuit was filed against a company using a overlay tool to “make it accessible”
Facebook Stole Our Name and Livelihood. Hello, World! We are Meta Company. Original Flavor. Smiling face with smiling eyes”. For the last three months, Facebook lawyers have been hounding us to sell our name to them… They couldn’t buy us, so they tried to bury us by force of media.”
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