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The account is now "bot" account, I'll broadcast content from my blog in read only mode (there's no actual real only here so it will just be automated and me not checking the replies). For social interactions, the list is above. Take care :)

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So, I gave this network a long try. And, I came to the conclusion that I don't have time an energy to maintain a "pro" presence here as well.
I will not share curated links here anymore for now, if you are looking for content about design:
- my twitter
- my linkedin
- the blog where I put every week all links I shared:

👉🏻 Your curated weekly Design and Front-End resources:
- CSS subgrids explained
- language selector
- team management
- CSS for intrinsic web design
- list accessibility
- Game accessibility
- measuring UX, etc.

Last week I was teaching remotely at ULBruxelles
The session was about mobile strategy and how to use some mobile capabilities to really enhance user experience (instead of just screening the content for mobile) with a little workshop.
This is part of "Certificat inter-universités en User Experience Design and Research (UX)", more info here

👉🏻 Your curated weekly Design and Front-End resources:
- ethical design
- UI elements states list
- enterprise UX
- information architecture resources
- forced colors media query
- fixing common accessibility issues
- UX resources reading lists
- HTML experiments
- deceiving patterns
- the "empty chair in the room" bs
- neurodivergent job board
- a reddit search engine
- the actual UX work debunked
- the paradox of choice explained in sketchnote, etc.

👉🏻 Your curated weekly Design & Front-End resources:
- task analysis
- cognitive biases
- accessibility
- carousel UX
- quantitative data analysis
- design in excel
- fluid typography
- the truth about NPS
- enterprise UX
- medieval memes
- nice loaders

👉🏻 Your curated Design/Front-End weekly links:
- analyzing UX research data
- objective, assumptions & hypothesis in UX research
- internationalization tips
- accessibility resources
- job interview red flag
- CSS has selector
- 3 amazing talks on UX, etc

👉🏻 Your curated weekly Design & Front-End resources:
- accessibility annotation library
- table UX
- HTML attributes
- design in the browser
- interface inventory
- design tools
- PWAs resources
- Chinese typography resource
- product page checklist

👉🏻 Your curated weekly Design & Front-End resources:
- my how to document accessibility for designers talk and article
- a "is HTML a programming language" (yes) video
- a review of 370 UX job applications
- alternatives to pagination
- feedback vs insight
- dataviz library
- time management tips
- designer recruitment advice
- linguistics and swearing
- accessibility automation tracker
- learn accessibility through practice
- a JS loading library
- a color palette tool

I'm currently live at to tell you why, what and how designers can document different aspects of accessibility and user interactions requirements, to build better more inclusive products.
Here's the text version of the talk

Do you wonder what do UX Designers and Researchers do, what's the value of such profile on a project and how to they work within a team? Come and find out in our online webinar on Tue, March 22, 2022 7:00 PM (CEST).

👉🏻 Your curated weekly Design and Front-End resources:
- how to design complex tools
- great color tool
- reusable components
- Chinese vs English UIs
- additive bias
- CSS hover effects
- adaptive favicons
- research conference
- UX metrics, Jiras as UX Research repository
- Ikea effect
- some Procreate brushes
- age positive free images, etc.

👉🏻 Your curated weekly Design and Front-End resources:
- a book on mobile touch interfaces
- cute stickers and pins
- AdobeXD issues
- accessibility feature support
- some good articles on accessibility (font size, text description,etc.)
- medieval city maps generator
- places to find illustrations of Black people and photography
- research questions
- cute designer memes
- Pokemons size
- open source love cards
- designer brief generator, etc.

"UX Research for internal enterprise tools", Sina Schreiber from Condens wrote a nice summary of the main key points of my talk on enterprise UX

👉🏻 Your curated weekly Design and Front-End resources:
- accessibility colour contrast explained
- CSS aspect ratio
- a lot of icons
- inclusive design
- psychology and why is WORDLE so addictive
- UX of hotel booking sites
- context menus
- smarter defaults
- CSS specificity calculator
- a book to learn to build JS webapps
- user settings
- design thinking critic
- ecommerce categories architecture
- cute spiders, etc.

👉🏻 Your curated weekly Design and Front-End resources:
- UX mapping, usability testing
- stop brainstorming
- PWAs news on iOS
- what is CLI
- Figma tips
- Figma composition based components
- design easy to repair products
- free JSGame ebook
- fun CSS demos
- JS onboarding library
- abuse in the blockchain
- CSS buttons
- a map of lighthouses

👉🏻 Your curated weekly Design and Front-End resources:
- accessibility tests anyone can do
- enterprise UX challenges
- making free stuff
- CLI tools
- CSS layers
- responsive tester
- 7 information architecture questions
- fluid typography
- career switch to UX design
- 2D JS drawing
- a trivia game
- markdown tool
- psychology to make people buy things
- UX resources, etc.

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