Accessibility Conformance Testing (ACT) Rules Format 1.0w3.org/TR/act-rules-format/
The Accessibility Conformance Testing (ACT) Rules Format 1.0 specifies requirements for writing accessibility test rules. This includes test rules that are carried out fully-automatically, semi-automatically, and manually. By defining this common format, organizations are better able to document and share their testing procedures. This enables transparency and harmonization of testing methods, including methods implemented by accessibility test tools.
UX Writing: How to do it like Google with this powerful checklistuxplanet.org/ux-writing-how-to-do-it-like-google-with-this-powerful-checklist-e263cc37f5f1
These are my notes from a Google I/O 2017 talk by three UX Writers. It’s a great resource to start creating a UX Writing process within your organisation. Useful for anyone involved in putting words…
Ocean Vuong on being generous in your workthecreativeindependent.com/people/ocean-vuong-on-being-generous-in-your-work/
Ocean Vuong is an American poet and essayist based in New York City. Even though his most recent book, 2016’s Night Sky with Exit Wounds, was a collection of poems, Vuong is now engaged in the task of writing what he calls “the ghost of a novel.” His work is predicated on the notion that both reading and writing are acts that require generosity and a willingness to explore.
A Reading Guide For Designers Who Want To Writefastcodesign.com/3068939/a-reading-guide-for-designers-who-want-to-write
We asked prominent designers and design writers to select the best books and essays for designers who want to hone their writing skills.
It's not for everyone. It's for you.
Please Learn to Write – Rands in Reposerandsinrepose.com/archives/please-learn-to-write/
I fret about whether I’ll be able to hold your attention, which is precisely the wrong thing to worry about. What I should be worried about is, “Have I written something worthy of your attention?”