With its byline “Practitioner-identified examples of stakeholder values superseding user values”, this practice-based taxonomy of deceptive patterns in design is built from a collection of real-world examples with the aim to raise awareness.
This podcast episode, hosted by Carol Hannud, is a comprehensive and very personal intro into legal design, told by four pioneers of the discipline — through the lens of how they ended up working in this field and how they look at it […]
Joy Heron uses “responsible” (a portmanteau of “responsive + accessible”) to present a concise introduction built around designing HTML with both responsiveness and accessibility in mind. It covers a good portion of the basics and I could well imagine this as a valuable […]
In this article we propose “local-first software”: a set of principles for software that enables both collaboration and ownership for users. Local-first ideals include the ability to work offline and collaborate across multiple devices, while also improving the security, privacy […]
Robin Rendle explores his love for email newsletters vs. his preference for publishing on the web (accessibility warning: scrolljacking; try “Reader view” in your browser).
The piece is really worth reading in its entirety, but two slides about half way summarize the key […]