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Undoing Toxic Dogmatism; Designing Less; Be More Effective

Design, Digested #15 Undoing the toxic dogmatism of digital design How do we start to dismantle and rebuild a system that disempowers and excludes “by design”?, asks Lisa Angela. The design industry’s accepted and most practised ways of creating digital products are flawed, as is the way we educate aspiring designers.If you read only one…Continue readingUndoing Toxic Dogmatism; Designing Less; Be More Effective

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Design, Digested #8: How a Well-Known Website Lost the Trust of Their Community

Accessibility is Everyone’s Business.Continue readingDesign, Digested #8: How a Well-Known Website Lost the Trust of Their Community

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How Rebranding Cost Ravelry the Trust of Their Community

After a group of users experienced physical issues from browsing the redesigned interface, Ravelry lost the trust of their community.Continue readingHow Rebranding Cost Ravelry the Trust of Their Community

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The UX Of Contact Lenses Containters

The user experience of everyday things affects our lives, sometimes making us feel frustrated. This time I analyse contact lenses containers.Continue readingThe UX Of Contact Lenses Containters

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Design, Digested #1: Killing Eve Set Design, Accessibility On Social Media, Bad vs Good Design

First instalment of my design inspiration series. This week: Killing Eve set design, accessibility on social media, bad design vs good design, and more.Continue readingDesign, Digested #1: Killing Eve Set Design, Accessibility On Social Media, Bad vs Good Design

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My Experience With The Interaction Design Foundation (Ad)

How being a member of the Interaction Design Foundation boosted my skillset and confidence as a User Experience professional.Continue readingMy Experience With The Interaction Design Foundation (Ad)