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#53: A few updates


It’s been a long time since I wrote you a letter. The past few months flew so fast I can hardly believe it’s almost the end of May. In the meantime, I’ve made significant changes to the content of my website, read a few more books and worked.

There will be more news and blog posts to come, but for now, let me highlight two issues of Design, Digested and a post that were published during this time.

Making my website accessible — Part 2

Second post of a series where I explain the steps I’m taking to make my website accessible.

🔗 Read the post on my website

Design, Digested #41 — Big Tech’s big downgrade, UX office politics, and more

On this issue:

  • Big Tech’s big downgrade
  • Why don’t your colleagues approve your mockups? UX office politics explained
  • Design notes on the 2023 Wikipedia redesign
  • The UX Cookbook

🔗 Read Design, Digested #41 on my website

Design, Digested #42 — Accessibility, designing for attention, diaries of note

On this issue:

  • Giving a damn about accessibility
  • Why developers are designing video games for accessibility
  • The difference between iteration and prototyping
  • Designing for (realistic) attention
  • How to think better: the skill you’ve never been taught
  • Diaries of note

🔗 Read Design, Digested #42 on my website

See you soon,

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