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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. representation in alt text,
#Now – what I’m up to
I have very cool things coming up soon. November 1, 6:30PM CET, we will have a fun and scary Halloween podcast with Debbie Levitt and will talk about Unethical and wacky stories. Want to anonymously tell us one? Tell us your story anonymously here.
Then November 9 – 11th, I’ll be talking (remotely) at Clarity 2022 about how and why designers can document accessibility. Grab your ticket.
Why Field-Study Sessions Go Wrong: 5 Common Problems: stay focused, avoid long complaint sessions during a field study by communicating the purpose of the visit early on, maintaining the partnership relationship with participants, and looking for concrete examples over abstract generalizations
Very interesting study on Think Aloud methods. Interesting findings: people are less willing to participate if asked to share their webcam and participate more if you send the invite immediately after they agreed to participate
Great read on surveys: why surveys can be terrible for you and how to design them without losing your dignity
7 Handpicked Tips for Awesome Design Workshops – Interesting tips if you need to facilitate a workshop, especially online. I really like the sandbox canvas so that people can get used to the tool and contextual help is always nice when you have people in groups
The scary cringy concept of ‘Luxury Surveillance’, when surveillance isn’t just imposed on people anymore because they bought the surveillance devices themselves and what it means for marginalized people.
nothingcomicaboutdyslexia.com from what I’ve seen/heard in the dyslexic community, not everyone is okay with the comic sans, and not every dyslexic person finds it readable. But, those are still interesting tips to help you design a more dyslexic friendly font
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