Owning My Social Content

Was cruising through Twitter the other day, and saw this tweet from Adam Argyle – drawing in content from various sites & social feeds into a single personal timeline as historical record. I was intrigued by this idea, but decided to do something slightly different on my WordPress site – turning site-based “tweet-like” posts into […]

Interview on AXSChat

Just before the 2022 Christmas break I had a chance to chat with the lovely people over at AXSChat. We covered all sorts of topics ranging from growing accessibility organically within an organization, the importance of ATAG in authoring apps, educational content, and much more! Resource links Watch on Vimeo Listen to the podcast Follow […]

Automate Like a Beast with Raycast

As a designer, I love exploring new tools to speed up design and dev. Right now, I’m super impressed with how much Raycast can accelerate your workflow. What is it? Raycast is Mac-only app like Spotlight, Alfred, and whatever other launcher software you may have used, but with a built-in store for using new extensions, […]

A Year in Review – 2022

It’s the end of another year. Like I said last year, I definitely slowed down content on the blog. However, it was far more than I would have liked. This was an extremely busy year, with lots of life changes, kids in all sorts of events, and far more responsibility and delegation at work. Had […]

Start Using Standardized UX Metrics

Trying to gauge if a design you’ve worked on tests successfully can be stressful. What do you track, listen to, measure, and so on to see if you’ve improved? But did you know that there are battle-tested standardized usability question systems that tie directly to business value benchmarks like NPS (Net Promoter Score)? So how […]

Breathing In. Breathing Out.

Over the last year, life has been a bit more chaotic than usual. Have a kid that’s now driving, a full calendar of events outside of work, and a newer role within work. All of that is exciting and awesome, but at times, can feel like I’m running a marathon (part of why I’ve missed […]

Favorite Haiku

Over the years, I’ve collected some haiku poems that speak to me personally. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. On nature Wind lifting the quail tracks with the snow. Nasira Alma Autumn. Turning off the radio to listen. Ernest J. Berry Late afternoon. The porch icicle lit from within. Ernest J. […]