Part 2 of a reflective summary about running a watch party for UX Brighton
Part 1 of a reflective summary about running a watch party for UX Brighton
A vlog post focusing on subtitles or closed caption and their symbiotic relationship with video
I want to set myself a challenge. To identify the optimal elements when creating inclusive and successful online events.
Background This post is a personal reflection in response to a question posed by Tom Langston on Twitter as a retweet of Dr Andy Clegg.… Read More »COVID-19 three months in: what have we learned?
Why am I here (as in you, at this blog, and reading this now)? I hope you are here because you would like an introduction… Read More »UX Camp Brighton 2018: Jobs-To-Be-Done-(R) #uxcb18
I want to take this opportunity to revisit the first goals of this Journal and also of the portfolio site and see what I have achieved. There are of course areas that I would have liked to do more with but I have kept them on my Trello board for future reference as the portfolio site particularly will live on.
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Part 1 of my final evaluation.
This entry outlines key decisions that I made regarding accessibility towards the end of the development period. I am writing and publishing it retroactively as it as represents a very large amount of thinking and work, which I kept notes about as I went along.
Read More »Striving for accessibility – Eval pt 1
In my last entry I talked about the suggestions that Theo provided from his perspective as a nurse and researcher. They were very helpful, but lead to some rather major layout changes. In particular, the to do: “I will need more space in the carousel/timeline”. This led to what I nicknamed in my GitHub posts as the Weekend of Hell, I am softening this within the context of this journal entry to be the Weekend of Doom.
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