There are 18 posts tagged with User Experience.
The End-to-End ExperiencePublished on
Every step in the experience matters.
Staying Positive When Your Product Causes PainPublished on
Look for the wins too.
Introducing Theme User Experience RequirementsPublished on
Putting these best practices into your themes on WordPress.org and elsewhere means anyone using them will have an easier time getting to what they really want to do.
Hidden ExpectationsPublished on
There’s always more beneath the surface.
Empathy and Acceptance in Design and CommunityPublished on
Practicing empathy in our work could have the same impact on the Web as responsive design.
Learn More About Themes and User ExperiencePublished on
WordPress themes are for users.
The Future MundanePublished on
Don’t just design for your ideal user.
An Event Apart DC 2015: Day TwoPublished on
We need to challenge our assumptions.
An Event Apart DC 2015: Day OnePublished on
A few key points from my first An Event Apart.
The Hamburger WarsPublished on
Useful in fewer ways than you think.
Well Designed Interfaces Look BoringPublished on
People want a works-for-me design.
A Manifesto for Accessible User ExperiencePublished on
Look at accessibility through the lens of user experience.
Accessibility is Not an Edge CasePublished on
It’s for everybody.
A11y Wins TumblrPublished on
Yay, something positive in the accessibility community.
A Skip Link PrimerPublished on
Accessibility Originates With UX: A BBC iPlayer Case StudyPublished on
Design with choice in mind, and always give users control over the page.
Accessibility Is (Not) ScaryPublished on
I wrote a blog post on accessibility for Digital Gov.
Accessibility Problems are Quality ProblemsPublished on
Accessibility is about quality.
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