“Resources” are Wiki-style pages where I curate selected content from my journal and my bookmarks by topic. (This section is a rather new addition to this website and only a few pages have been published so far.)
As a rather young discipline, "legal design" brings together legal practice and design: most commonly it refers to lawyers using design methods in their work – my core interest is (in the other direction?) the interactive design of legal artefacts.
Assorted topics ranging from legal to technical, all related to better understanding privacy as a design-relevant concept.
Design that excludes some cannot be "usable". Here, I collect my preferred resources on specific (web) design tasks, with a strong focus on accessibility.