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.
#Now – what I’m up to
I moved to a new flat, yeahy. Which means I currently take more time than usual to answer requests. Don’t worry I will eventually come back to you.
I am also putting the final touches to my “Designing Better Products Masterclass”. It’s a 5×2h + Q&A, Mon & Tue, November 28 – December 12. Participants will get ones of resources: templates and checklists to help them get started with research, cheat-sheets & cards to not forget anything (including my brand new user interview cards), a big Miro template to help with information architecture, etc. Go grab a ticket!
Not every designer wants to become a manager, yet, after a certain level, that’s the only option most company offer. Ryan Ford proposes an interesting model, with a mirrored creative or managerial track that you can adapt for your own company
5 Visual Treatments that Improve Accessibility: Design for color contrast, provide visual cues in addition to color, make interactive elements easy to identify, use robust alternative text for images or graphics, test with real users
Analytics is a key ingredient in understanding common user journeys. This doesn’t represent the user journey though, be careful, only the path some people went through on your site: Understanding User Pathways in Analytics
“Users don’t give a crap if the homepage is powered by Drupal and the post-login dashboard is a React app.” wait, Brad, how did you know about one of my previous projects? Great introduction of web components
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