Let’s keep it civil, but let’s acknowledge design is in politics and politics is in design.
My small “what if...” exercise inspired by the deficiency of the monetization models.
Browsers come with developer tools built-in and these have great accessibility testing features.
The first of a two part series exploring UX approach, issues, and recommendations
Notifications today impede our focus, get in the way of our plans, cause cognitive overload, and are often devoid of meaning. Here’s how we improve.
I always loved the visual aesthetic of dithering but never knew how it’s done. So I did some research.
The Capitol rioters wore pelts, carried flags, and plastered themselves with logos that hid deeper meanings.
Not everyone out there relies on a mouse or a trackpad when using their computers.
Learn what it takes to ensure your buttons or button-styled links have accessible contrast across all states and surfaces.
Designing for multiple languages has had an impact on the way I approach design decisions, regardless of the product being in one or more languages.
How much have design tools changed since the dawn of Xerox technologies in the 80s? Have the basic conventions shifted much? Let’s find out.
We may think of flags as fixed symbols with a specific meaning, but there are few symbols whose significance is truly permanent.