Raindrop.io Bookmarks 06/19/2022
- Neurodiversity and Inclusion: Choosing Kinder Design - Prototypr | Prototyping
"'Neurodiversity' refers to the myriad beautiful ways in which people experience, and interact with, the world. It is the idea that although all brain differences are 'normal' (whatever normal may be), no two brains are the same - and thank goodness for that!"
- Inclusive user research: analysing findings - TetraLogical
"If you are not familiar with how participants use assistive technology or accessibility settings, it's more challenging to separate personal preferences and actual accessibility issues."
- The Myth of Creative Restraint in Design Systems
"Consistent output comes from organizations that are culturally consistent--aligned on values and principles. In other words, an organization is successful when it aligns people behind a shared vision, so that everyone's "wants" match the needs of the business."
- 5 Reasons to use web components in your design system
"Web components allow us to break up a complex web app into reusable pieces that will reliably look and function the same, regardless of what they share a page with. They offer a consistent approach to interfacing with them via their attributes, and they are mainly focused on doing one thing well."
- Robles v. Domino's Settles After Six Years of Litigation | ADA Title III
"After six hard-fought years in litigation at every level of the federal judicial system -- including the Supreme Court -- the parties in what may be the most famous website accessibility lawsuit of all time have reached a settlement, according to a Notice of Settlement filed with the district court on June 6, 2022."
- Ultrasonic payments | Charlie Gerard | Senior frontend developer & Creative Technologist Charlie Gerard | Senior frontend developer & Creative Technologist
"The COVID-19 pandemic made people more concerned about touching surfaces, including in stores, and even though NFC is contactless, the distance between a merchant's terminal and a customer's phone or card is quite small."