September 2, 2014 — When we make it easier for users who face vision or mobility challenges to use websites, we make them easier for everyone to use. From larger hit areas to clear indications of state we’ll cover a few simple things we can start and stop doing with CSS to make websites faster to navigate with a keyboard, easier to use with a course pointer, and understandable without visual formatting.
August 13, 2014 — We create applications for our users They have different skills, different styles, different abilities and they use our sites in many different ways. Let’s discuss the way that users use our site and remember the users we forget.
June 24, 2014 — When building a project or platform it’s important to consider how your users will use the product or service. This presentation dives into a project example to understand how to effectively execute User Experience for platforms.
June 5, 2014 — Distractions have always been a natural constituent of our lives. But with the rise of technology and all the digital noise, it has become harder than ever to keep focussing on a specific task.
It’s out job as designers to bring back clarity to the digital canvas by providing reading experiences that put readers first.
May 1, 2010 — Jane Wells uses real examples to demonstrate how to best design your WordPress user experiences to mesh with those of the core software and fulfill the expectations of your users.
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