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.
There is also some tickets left for my “Designing Better Products” smashing masterclass. It’s a 5x2hours workshop, end of November – beginning of December, remote where you will learn how to build better products, from user research to information architecture, content modeling, reusable components and usability testing. a fun vampire video
TL;DNR the one you should not miss
Designing an Accessible Future – very interesting talk (with text transcript) by Geri Reid about designing an accessible future, covering WCAG 3.0 but also Web3 (spoiler alert it’s not as inclusive as you might think), no screen interfaces, etc.
Very interesting article by Leonie Watson about why we need CSS speech. I followed one of her talk on the topic last year, and, yes, please we need to make that happen!
Accessible design systems, a lot of very important information about how to build and maintain and accessible design system, by Henny Swan
Lefty dentists and inclusive design – an interesting reminder that not everyone is right handed, straight, cis, and that we need to design interfaces, products and services that adapt to a wild diverse world.
Stakeholder Interviews 101 – interesting introduction to why and how you want to conduct stakeholder interviews for your project, with a few examples of questions you can ask
On Tea and the Art of Doing Nothing – interesting essay on how it’s hard, in our society to do nothing and not feel guilty or have people trying to make you feel guilty. And this is why we have, tea.
This is going to be a very useful tool if you want to dig into scientific research: Consensus is a search engine that uses AI to instantly extract, aggregate, and distill findings directly from scientific research.
UXtweak will launch a free UX budget calculator. It will help you and your teams plan the appropriate budget based on company size, location, industry and more. For this, they need data first. And, your help. Fill out this quick survey, to help our community. The more people will, the more accurate the data will be.
Yeah, it’s time for the “2022 design tool survey” again, if you’re tired to see only results for the USA like for most surveys, now it the time to shine!!!
Does LinkedIn have a phony problem? No kidding? I mean, I’ve seen people pretend to work for companies they don’t, multiple people steal my resume info, so, yeah, obviously, LinkedIn has a phony problem and does very little about it to help clean up the mess.
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