From A Colourblind Designer To The World: Please Stop Using Red And Green Together

A colorblind friend told me that once, since I always double informations with proper text and icon combinations. baselinehq.com/blog/colourblin

W3C design system

An accessible and we'll organized design system. I think we should all start with this code-base ๐Ÿ˜ (for the coded part of a design system, of course) design-system.w3.org/

31 Impressive UX Portfolio Examples with a Guide for Yours

I don't want a UX Designer Portfolio, it looks boring. Let's make something else ๐Ÿ˜… blog.uxfol.io/ux-portfolio-exa

hCaptcha - Stop more bots. Start protecting privacy. hcaptcha.com/

A good alternative to reCaptcha for the protection of your privacy.

Developer in try hard mode. (or DRY hard? ๐Ÿ˜)

The fun part is that this title isn't even centered.

I had another bad experience these last days with @tangoluxembourg@twitter.com because of a no-reply email. I was answering to ask technical stuff to a no-reply address, because this is how we see no-reply nowadays.

Remember that a no-reply address is an "fuck you" to your client.

Fast and Cheap Ways to Find UX Research Participants uxtools.co/blog/fast-and-cheap

A good article on the principle of Guerilla User Research. Do it. It's really really helpful and can be combined with more strict research.

[FR] J'ai loupรฉ cette information en juillet dernier.
usine-digitale.fr/editorial/am

C'est presque marrant parce qu'on a mรชme pas de Amazonยทlu ici mais รงa n'a rien ร  voir. Cela fait juste du bien de voir des actions lรฉgales plus concrรจtes contre les pratiques de A.

If you are a recruiter and you can't tell me what the company is going to offer me as benefits, that's a no-go for me.

A bit bitchy and full of myself here, but you contact me, you want me, you have something to "sell". Not the other way around.

It also helps me to help you ๐Ÿ˜œ

User-centered Design System Resources medium.com/tap-to-dismiss/user

"How to go beyond asset libraries and build systems for people."

Lots of good things there. Go read that dear System Designer ๐Ÿ˜

by @loonyruni@twitter.com

Hello @figmadesign@twitter.com
An idea to improve both the interface, and the outcome for a better inclusion (accessibility).
Thanks a lot ๐Ÿ˜Š

Testing user flows (Storybook) storybook.js.org/blog/testing-

"Storybook makes it easy to isolate each of those pages and run visual, accessibility and interaction tests on them."
We really need to migrate our design system documentation ๐Ÿ˜…

(Via @HeyDesigner@twitter.com)

20 ideas for better data visualization uxdesign.cc/20-ideas-for-bette

Some good reminders here and there. Only one tips on accessibility though, that's too poor.
(Via @Lumberjack_mp4@twitter.com)

Writing great alt text: Emotion matters - JakeArchibald.com jakearchibald.com/2021/great-a

When writing alternative text for image, keeping into account the context and the message you want to bring to screen-reader user s is important. Humanize your alt text, put emotion in it.

Accessible contrast ratios and A-levels explained getstark.co/blog/accessible-co

A perfect article that explains how the A-levels and calculations around contrast "score" work. I've learned a lot in the origins of all that.

"It's okay to be wrong" by @kellycodeschaos@twitter.com kellyharrop.com/blog/2021/its-

A good reflection on being wrong, how to move forward and trust. Seriously, it's okay to be wrong.

I started a collection of illustrations made by @NinaLimpi@twitter.com for @unDraw_co@twitter.com that I animated with CSS in SVG. codepen.io/collection/DVyzgL
It is 1 yo already, but if you wanna play with me, feel free ๐Ÿ˜

Yes, that's a challenge ๐Ÿ˜˜

"The State Of Mobile First and Desktop First" by @shadeed9@twitter.com ishadeed.com/article/the-state

Excellent article with a mix of dev and design approaches. I wrote something about Natural Flow First 6 years ago and I think that I felt it right ๐Ÿ˜
creativejuiz.fr/blog/en/css3/n

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