Classic HCI demos, going beyond Nielsen’s Usability Heuristics, Apple's The Greatest and more.
Classic HCI demos
A curated collection of HCI demo videos produced during the golden age from 1983-2002.
A design research framework
The design research process model is to be used as a touchstone and a checklist in conversation with anyone who participates in design decisions throughout your organization.
Usability heuristic frameworks: which one is right for you?
Michael Kritsch goes beyond Nielsen’s Usability Heuristics to help inform which method to choose.
Designing an accessible future
Speaking at this year’s WDC in Bristol, Geri Reid applied the principles of WCAG 3.0 to some of the current visions we have of the future. It’s probably going to be 5 years before the new version will be rolled out: what will the state of the internet be by then?
Twitter’s potential collapse could wipe out vast records of recent human history
What happens when the world’s knowledge is held in a quasi-public square owned by a private company that could soon go out of business?
Apple presents its latest devices features, all centred on accessibility. This amazing and uplifting video shows how people with disabilities can thrive using technology.
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