You Can’t Just “Redesign” Digital News

I admire Andy Rutledge for saying what he thinks, even though I don’t always agree with what he says or how he says it. Earlier this week, his article on how the news is broken ignited a series of posts and heated discussions on the topic. Many of them disagreed with him, citing that his […]

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A Humbling Observation on the State of Web Designers

Today, the vast majority of websites are still designed and built by talented generalists, and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. It’s just that some of the larger and more complex sites do require composite teams of specialists with a singular focus. Experts in information categorisation, human computer interaction or interface design. They also need […]

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My Beef With “Universal Design”

I have been a web accessibility advocate since as early as 2005. Since then I have done presentations on its importance, written articles about it, co-hosted a podcast on the subject and even included it in my upcoming book. Recently discussion has arisen around how the practice of accessibility should be better encouraged. One of the concerns, is […]

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