This content created as a result of our celebration is available to everyone and we invite conversation around the work we are doing.
The team is adding content in sprints, and other features will continue to roll out in phases, including more speaker bios and an expanded topic taxonomy—so keep checking back! Missing a talk?
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- UX Strategy
The technologies and people we are designing experiences for are constantly changing, in most cases they are changing at a rate that is difficult keep u
How inconsistencies found in some modal windows got an entire team to create a design system, and how this has impacted their cross-team communication a
Understanding the business to deliver good UX
According to the World Health Organization, a disability is thus not just a health problem, it's a complex phenomenon, reflecting the interact
As designers work towards a more inclusive society, where anyone — regardless of their nationality, gender, physical limitations — can use pr
The role designers have is becoming increasingly important as we observe the power we have in transforming people’s behaviour — for better and
As humans we are programmed to assume that others are just like us.
We use digital products and services every single day. We binge-watch episodes, buy groceries, book flights, or even pay our taxes.
Today’s challenge for technological multinational companies is to manage the diversity and turn it into added value.
Albeit accessibility is the main challenge in which we put more effort to turn our digital environments into a rather inclusive place, designi
Those of us working to build and grow design teams seem to be working with opposing forces.
Your mind takes shortcuts to get through the day. We call these cognitive biases. Usually they’re harmless. Even helpful.
Successfully designing for differences between people is only possible through solid user research that can be easily translated and applied to the desi