Category Archives: standards

Styling Forms Accessibly

Posted by Amanda Cheung |02 Jul 15 |

Forms. They’re everywhere, from ecommerce to healthcare. Amanda Cheung, a speaker at upcoming Madison + UX, explains how to make sure forms are accessible to everyone.

The post Styling Forms Accessibly appeared first on UX Booth.

Styling Forms Accessibly

Posted by Amanda Cheung |02 Jul 15 |

Forms. They’re everywhere, from ecommerce to healthcare. Amanda Cheung, a speaker at upcoming Madison + UX, explains how to make sure forms are accessible to everyone.

The post Styling Forms Accessibly appeared first on UX Booth.

UX: a Process or a Task?

Posted by Marli Mesibov |26 May 15 |

Paul Hershey, Catalina Rusu, and Mike Atherton have all recently asked and answered the question: what IS UX? Is it a process? Is it design? Is it something more, or perhaps something less? In this round up, we look at all sides of the question.

The post UX: a Process or a Task? appeared first on UX Booth.

UX: a Process or a Task?

Posted by Marli Mesibov |26 May 15 |

Paul Hershey, Catalina Rusu, and Mike Atherton have all recently asked and answered the question: what IS UX? Is it a process? Is it design? Is it something more, or perhaps something less? In this round up, we look at all sides of the question.

The post UX: a Process or a Task? appeared first on UX Booth.

Testing for Presence in an Invisible Interface

Posted by Brandon McCartney |21 Apr 15 |

As important as testing is to site usability, we too often forget to test for accessibility. This week, author Brandon McCartney suggests a new form of testing to ensure sites are universally usable.

The post Testing for Presence in an Invisible Interface appeared first on UX Booth.

Testing for Presence in an Invisible Interface

Posted by Brandon McCartney |21 Apr 15 |

As important as testing is to site usability, we too often forget to test for accessibility. This week, author Brandon McCartney suggests a new form of testing to ensure sites are universally usable.

The post Testing for Presence in an Invisible Interface appeared first on UX Booth.