The second Accessibility Scotland conference took place in Edinburgh on September 22nd. Accessibility Scotland was started up in 2016 by a group of local accessibility advocates—Kevin White, Wojtek Kutyla, Peter Heery, and TPG’s David Sloan—as an annual gathering where people could get together to chat about accessibility and inclusive design in an informal setting. For […]
Amuse UX conference 2017 was held at the Hungarian Train Museum in Budapest. It was an extraordinary venue for a conference that brought together speakers and participants from around the world, to share and discuss ideas on many different aspects of UX.
I just recently got back from the Fronteers conference in Amsterdam. (And I have to say—the conference was organized spectacularly. I’d recommend it to anyone.) Writing reports and documentation is nothing new for many of us—we write them all the time. But even though we may do our best to write clearly, those who receive […]
Inclusive Design 24 (#ID24) is a free online conference, but it doesn’t have to stop there. Why not get together with friends and colleagues, and make #ID24 a social event?
In pursuit of a better user experience I, and many others like me, have long wrestled with this beast and others of its kind. Attempting to tease out the rhyme and reason of its behavior. To understand why it does what it does. To understand how it does what it does. To understand how it […]