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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.
Accessibility Review of Online Survey Tools, if you are building online surveys, according to this article, google forms and microsoft office forms are the most accessible solutions. But you should still test your surveys.
“Don’t solve problems. Dissolve them: Systems designers break down problems to identify how to render them obsolete, instead of adding more functionality that will create more problems in the future.” Great ideas in here on problem solving
CSS Units Guide: in case you wonder what’s a rem, a pt, a ex, a lh, here’s a small summary of what each is and how they are calculated by @AmerSikira
People have very limited ability to keep information in their working memory while performing tasks, so user interfaces should be designed accordingly: to minimize memory load, an interesting video by NN Group on Working Memory and External Memory
“There’s nothing such as UX laws, there are UX theories. If there were UX laws, there should be more than 10 or 20. That kind of stuff comes from people who are trying to turn UX into a discipline of checklists” @darrenhood, telling some harsh truth in this “ask me anything” podcast
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