Education teaches students the critical thinking skills necessary to succeed and, in turn, become good citizens. Kat Davis explains how teachers can apply the lessons learned from service design to that end.
Posts about “accessibility”
Universal design considerations increasingly comprise a prudent approach to design and development for the web. Interaction designer Andrew Maier details some of the broader implications this has for user-centered designers.
Whereas Flash was a control freak, those who embrace HTML5 are often champions of progressive enhancement. In the end, our users win. SuAnne explores ways to challenge the status quo and design for the modern web.
Innovative design doesn’t happen overnight; if it does, no one is likely to adopt it. Above the Fold’s Jim O’Neill writes now about finding the middle ground between the comfortable and revolutionary.
HTML5 introduces brand new native media support like we’ve never seen before. No more third-party software for playing audio & video. See what’s new, and why you should start implementing these new standards immediately.
EffectiveUI chief executive officer Rebecca Flavin examines how the ongoing “platform wars” effects user experience. Even with all the options in the hands of we designers, it’s important to remember that users come first.
CAPTCHA’s are a visual verification to test if a user is human, but do their spam reduction benefits outweigh their flaws? What’s the cost of slowing down spammers?
You may not realize it, but your site could be losing thousands of potential visitors every day simply because it is not easily findable. With some simple changes, you’ll make it easier for users to find your website in the clutter of the web.