Accessibility Basics: Designing for Visual Impairment

With 4.5% of the global population experiencing color blindness, 4% suffering from low vision, and another 0.6% being
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Making the Web Accessible for Everyone With Inclusive Design and Diverse Personas

This article will explore how we can better understand accessibility and people through the use of ‘diverse personas’ in our
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How To Build Honest UIs And Help Users Make Better Decisions

Many of today’s most successful companies allow employees to work 100% remotely. It’s especially a trend in the
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10 Tools for Prototyping on a Budget

Because prototyping should be cheap With so many prototyping tools on the market today, how do we choose the best
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It’s Ugly, But It Works: On Designing for Usability (UXPin guest blog)

Read my guest blog on UXPin on the merits of usable yet ugly design. Excerpt: [Even today in 2016, you’
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Bureaucracy, Politics... and Changing the World: What It's Like to Design at a Global Scale

Featured on IBM Jobs blog Design in the corporation Image: Shaun Lynch, a visual design wizard in his natural habitat:
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Get on the train: Images - good or bad for UX?

Try opening any webpage, and you'll find that more often than not, the majority of network requests made to load
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Can hiring designers actually change IBM products?

Featured in Design on LinkedIn Pulse Featured on IBM Jobs blog Come and join the design team at IBM Studios
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