Why I’m done with Chrome – A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineeringblog.cryptographyengineering.com/2018/09/23/why-im-leaving-chrome/
This blog is mainly reserved for cryptography, and I try to avoid filling it with random "someone is wrong on the Internet" posts. After all, that's what Twitter is for! But from time to time something bothers me enough that I have to make an exception. Today I wanted to write specifically about Google Chrome,…
Considerations when writing alt text – Shopify UXux.shopify.com/considerations-when-writing-alt-text-a9c1985a8204
Alt text. We know it’s something that can be added to images on the web, but what is it really? Who is it for? Why should we care? And, perhaps most important, how do we write it? Alt text, or…
Brutalist design is the bad influence we all needimaginarycloud.com/blog/why-we-need-web-brutalism/
Like it or not, web-brutalism is moving from something edgy and almost punk to something very mainstream and commercially viable.
Universal Principles Of User Experience Design — Smashing Magazinesmashingmagazine.com/2018/01/universal-principles-ux-design/
In an ever-changing discipline, it can be hard to keep abreast of everything as a user experience designer. Christopher Murphy provides an overview of universal principles of UX design, ensuring your skillset is built on firm foundations.
Home | Laws of UXlawsofux.com/
Laws of UX is a collection of the key maxims that designers must consider when building user interfaces.
UX How-To with Luke Wroblewski - YouTubeyoutube.com/playlist
Luke Wroblewski presents how-to tutorials for user experience Intel® Developer Zone: http://intel.ly/2huh0eE Subscribe to the Intel® Software YouTube channel...
7 guidelines for writing accessible microcopy – Prototyprblog.prototypr.io/7-guidelines-for-writing-accessible-microcopy-8d52575f5d8e
See Accessible360's lead auditor and co-founder, Aaron Cannon, use a screen reader to browse a web page.
Usability for Nerdsen.wikibooks.org/wiki/Usability_for_Nerds
This Wikibook is intended for engineers, technicians, programmers and others who construct and develop technical things and who want their products to be user-friendly.
Never Use a Warning When you Mean Undo · An A List Apart Articlealistapart.com/article/neveruseawarning
Are our web apps as smart as they should be? By failing to account for habituation (the tendency, when presented with a string of repetitive tasks, to keep clicking OK), do our designs cause people to lose their work? Raskin’s simple, foolproof rule solves the problem.