Category: Access & UX Guide

Understanding User Needs

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Access & UX Guide, Design

I watched Get Organized by The Home Edit and was very surprised by the lack of attention paid to user needs.

In this post I talk about that, the importance understanding your user’s needs, and my own decision when it came to including pricing on my website!

Forcing Links to Open in New Tabs

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Access & UX Guide

There’s one thing I’ve heard over and over again in my life as a web designer. One thing that makes me cringe inwardly no matter how many times I hear it. One battle that I’ve had over and over year after year. One thing which makes the perfect beginning for my Access & UX series.

“Can you make that link open in a new tab?”

No. No, I cannot. And here’s why…

An Intro to Accessibility and User Experience

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Access & UX Guide

It’s so easy to make your own website these days, but if you don’t have a background in coding, you might not be aware of the impact that accessibility and user experience have on your blog or business.

There is a lot of information out there, so where to start? Right here! I’m going to share some of my top tips for improving your website’s accessibility– and therefore the general user experience– through a series of guides which should be informative and easy-to-follow for web creators who don’t really code!

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