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Growth design’s case study on the UX of privacy policies.
A collection of accessibility links for professionals who work with digital accessibility.
The controller was designed to remove barriers to gaming and help players with disabilities play more easily, more comfortably, and for longer periods on PS5.
Desk research is usually employed when looking for inspiration or benchmarking. Teisanu Tudor explains how, in academia, this first step is revised multiple times and has a critical role in the process.
Toymaker Mattel and architecture magazine Pin-Up have released a book celebrating Barbie’s Dreamhouse to mark its 60th anniversary.
Anna Funder, author of the bestseller Stasiland, has written a book about Eileen O’Shaughnessy, a compelling figure strangely absent from her husband’s writing.
Whichbook is a free resource run by Opening the Book. Their team of 40 readers pick a wide, diverse range as possible, with attention to books that don’t have big marketing budgets.
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