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Curated Clicks – February 19, 2024

Allison Nance - February 19, 2024 - 0 comments

A compilation of links I found particularly interesting or helpful during the past week. These are mostly related to UX design or research but can include other things that inspired me or I found fun. 


App UI inspiration


FREE illustrations to use for personal or commercial with no attribution required. Plug in your brand color to change the illustration color. 

Create patterns using icons

Browsing With Assistive Technology
A YouTube playlist by Tetra Logical about how people use assistive technology

Web Accessibility: A Reference to Creating Inclusive Websites
Exactly as described by its title, this is a resource on what to keep in mind when creating accessible websites. 

Insightful Articles

***While I did read these articles, I used AI to help me write (most) of the summaries. Work smarter 😉

Bring Out the Best Responses from Research Participants with Literary Devices
This article discusses using literary devices such as personification, analogy, and imagery in user research. By applying these principles to research questions, researchers can improve the quality of their studies, optimize their research budget, enhance response quality, and build stronger relationships with participants. 

Shaping the Future of Design
With the recent release of Apple Vision Pro and the ever-changing landscape of technology, it’s difficult to know how to prepare for the future of design. This article emphasizes the importance of embracing change, grounding design work in timeless aspects of human nature and society, and prioritizing the development of models as the central object of design.

Designing for Privacy in an Increasingly Public World
As designers, it’s our job to look out for the needs of others. This article outlines seven best practices for designers when designing with privacy in mind. These include things like avoiding dark patterns, maintaining transparency, being careful with our language, and more.

For Fun

Sashimono: The Subtle Art of Japanese Wood Joinery

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