December 10, 2020
Decolonizing Design

Decolonizing design is to remove the white or Eurocentric thinking in design. Decolonizing design happens with the understanding of design that establishes and perpetuates the invasion, impoverishment, and destruction of indigenous cultures.

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October 22, 2020
Accessible vs Inclusive Design

Inclusive design is a design process in which a product or service is optimized for a specific user with specific needs. Inclusive design is closely related to accessibility, but rather than an outcome, it’s a methodology for how to approach design.

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May 13, 2020
8 Effortless Web Accessibility Rules for Your Website

Website accessibility focuses on making every website accessible to everyone. Over a billion people today experience a disability, according to the World Health Organization. That’s about 1 in 7 people on the entire planet!

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April 1, 2020
The UX Design of Board Games, Part 4: Player Aids

Many of the games we play are complex. Many have simple rules and are easy to play. In either way, there are things that need to be remembered. Some games come with a player aid.

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March 11, 2020
The UX Design of Board Games, Part 3: Diversity

Like in all forms of media, representation in board games is important. Why you might ask? The answer is simply because REPRESENTATION MATTERS!

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March 4, 2020
The UX Design of Board Games, Part 2: Icons

Icons in board games can be a supporting element to color, convey a lot of information in a small space, make a game language-independent, and can add to the theme of the game.

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February 26, 2020
The UX Design of Board Games, Part 1: Color

Color can convey a lot of information in a game when you are typically sighted, but a good chunk of the population has some form of color blindness.

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