As a designer, “prescribed” design can feel like it’s limiting your creative freedom. But that couldn’t be further from the truth. It liberates your workflow! Read more in my latest collab article to learn more.
Recently, there was a Twitter thread going around asking what accessibility fact you’ve learned recently. I responded with a few, but thought I’d take it a bit further here. I’ve been practicing accessible design for almost ten years now, and there are a lot of gotchas of accessibility I’ve picked up. Design crime – Designing […]
I was honored to write on “Design Systems for Figma” recently. In the article, I explain some of the ways we tackled accessibilty in Pega’s latest design system Cosmos. I hope the article is as fun for you to read as it was for me to write! Read “Accessible Design Systems: Look Good While Doing […]
If you’ve ever used WordPress (and there’s a pretty good chance you have), you may have noticed that they provide some convenient, albeit confusing, options on ways to add secondary content to your images. So, how do these settings affect screen readers and image metadata? I figured I’d dive into this and other methods of […]
Buenos noches Bento friends, this will be the final Bento Break for some time. This series seems to have less traction and take more effort than I feel its worth. So enjoy the final Bento break that focuses on accessibility & design, and contact me below if you want to see this series keep going! […]
Are you a designer working with the Pega Cosmos design system for the first time? Check out my latest collab article to learn more.
A wild Bento Break 16 appears. This Bento focuses just on design work. Enjoy! Meta theme management A nice deep dive into the new updates to meta theme. Images are too complex Image expectations essentially require that we automate. That sucks. Frankentoon’s design schoolThese guys are putting out great work