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Building more inclusive websites that provide equal experiences to all audiences, especially for persons with a disability, should be the main goal of every web designer. According to the World Bank, more than one billion people, or 15% of the world population, suffer from some form of disability. And it's your job as a designer […]
Chances are if you live an urban, suburban or even rural area, you have noticed an increased amount of cyclists on roadways and trails in the last few years. The popularity of riding bikes has been rising for years, and has soared during the pandemic, for a number of reasons including health, economic, and social & environmental.
The user persona is one of the most valuable tools in your UX toolbox. These imagined people allow your entire design or development team to envision a single user story... The post Have You Revisited Your UX Personas Lately? appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Software developers all over the world can benefit from an increased understanding of intellectual property (IP) laws and how those laws may affect their work. Software programs are often complex works that include both functional and artistic elements and may be covered by a variety of different types of IP laws. This can be very confusing for those who haven't been taught about IP and can cause them to miss out on opportunities to protect their own work or to accidentally infringe on the work of another.
In a new short series of posts, we highlight some of the useful tools and techniques for developers and designers. Recently we've covered HTML Emails and SVG Generators. This time we look into different kinds of tools to help you streamline your accessibility testing process. Don't miss the next one.
It’s a well known fact that an inspiring user experience is built on great product, which requires both intuitive design and quality code. While these two parts of product development... The post Syncing Designers and Developers With Less Hassle appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Take a closer look at 15 creative web design UX elements that delight the user which will help you push the boundaries of web design. Read More
Do you like filling out forms? I thought not. It's not what we want from a service. All the user wants is to buy a ticket, book a hotel room, make a purchase and so on. Filling in a form is a necessary evil they have to deal with. Does this describe you? So, what actually affects a person's attitude to submitting a form? It might be time-consuming. Complicated forms are often hard to understand (or you just don't feel like filling it in).
This week's Designer News - No 587 - includes The Junior Designer Starter Pack, How to Design Better Icons, Freebie SWM Icon Pack, CSS Filters Generator, CSS Container Queries are Actually Coming, Web Accessibility Overlay Fact Sheet, Lots of Free UI Downloads and tons more! The post Weekly News for Designers No 587 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
(This is a sponsored article.) If you manage a WordPress website, you've probably faced a common problem. How do you get insight into all of your content at a glance? WordPress' admin area does not show you much about your pages, posts, users and comments. That can make it hard to find the right page, to check if all associated fields are properly filled, or simply to get a general sense of your website's content.
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