I’ve been looking for a distraction-free writing app lately for drafting more stories. All popular ones have their pros & cons, however, the best of the best will cost you a mediocre one-time fee (or a more insidious monthly fee). I believe I’ve found a solution that not only ticks all my boxes but is […]
Welcome to Bento Break 2. Some accessibility goodness, as well as sharing some artwork and design system concepts I saw out there in the wild. I’m trying to include artwork from unique art communities, concepts, and mediums to keep it fresh. Enjoy! Container queries are here! So stoked. Accessible conferences Deque’s recent adventure The PING […]
Thought it would be fun to round up my favorite or most interesting posts of the week and share them in a bite-sized bento box layout. All links will be external, and the content may vary from tech to silly, personal to professional, and so on. Enjoy your Bento Break! How to Leverage the Fullscreen […]
One of the surprising benefits of using a design system is how it can help you advance your UX career. Why not make your job easier and focus exclusively on user needs? Check out my latest Pega collab article on our community site.
Unless you’ve been living under a design rock, Design Systems are all the rage. I won’t get into all the benefits here, but Design Systems keep teams, designs, developers, and experiences all in sync. And that’s great. However, what’s less great is that design assets often fragment quickly, and files with names like “design_final” or […]
Emojis. Love them or hate them, they’re part of our online experience. Well for most of us. I was recently messing around with these fun little pictograms and thought “Hey. What do they sound like to a screen reader? Is it possible to make screen-reader-friendly emojis?” Unsurprisingly, the support for readback was very patchy. Testing […]
While doing exploration on a larger article I’m currently writing, I realized that my FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) Android ways prevented me from using most Google services. I thought this also meant Talkback, the only AT (Assistive Technology) for Android. However, on further exploration, Talkback is bundled into the “Android Accessibility Suite” which […]