Blog articles

How to write an accessibility statement

Published
14th June 2018
by 
Nomensa
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How to write an accessibility statement

An Accessibility Statement is a declaration that defines the level of web accessibility that a website aims to achieve. In this article, we look at why an accessibility statement should be provided and the information that should go into it.

Let’s talk about illustration

Published
7th June 2018
by 
Emily Trotter
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Let’s talk about illustration

Emily Trotter - UX Designer - looks at how illustration is more than just decoration: it's a communication tool, a reward, a means of providing or developing understanding, a way to deepen relationships and guide individuals through experiences. And that’s just the tip of the illustration iceberg.

Seeing Differently - Asking ‘What if?’ to power thinking

Published
6th June 2018
by 
Tim Blass
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Seeing Differently - Asking ‘What if?’ to power thinking

Asking ‘What if’ expresses our intolerance to accept the status-quo and our intent to approach challenges and opportunities from a different perspective. In this article, Tim Blass - Principal UX Consultant - looks at why your organisation’s future success rests as much in your users’ hands as anyone else’s.

What is a user-focused design system?

Published
23rd May 2018
by 
Owen Lord
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What is a user-focused design system?

A design system is often presented in the form of styles, patterns, guidelines and principles. In this article, Owen Lord, UX Designer, looks in more detail at what a design system is and how to build one.