Pick of The Week
Microsoft’s trickiest product might be its most important
A better gaming experience, for everyone.
We hear plenty about making digital products more accessible, but what about making physical products simpler and more accessible for less-abled gamers?
The Best of The Rest
Eight designers tell us their tips for landing a second interview | Inside Design Blog
"Let go of the idea that you have to ace the interview and instead, try to be present."
Very often, making a great second impression at design interviews involves asking the right questions, and the some of these tips might be of great help.
New Design Principles posters - Design in government
A modern take on the Government Design Principles
After over 7 years of establishing the UK's Government Design Principles, their design team is honouring them with newer, more ingenious posters to embody each principle.
Form design: from zero to hero all in one blog post
A quick and easy guide to stupidly easy forms.
No one loves them, so you'd probably want to design kind of forms even your grandmother can fill out in minutes. You're welcome.
So You’re Being Sued for Accessibility Non-Compliance
[Legally] Complying to accessibility standards.
Everyone deserves a great user experience and the folks at Telerik have put together an accessibility checklist you might want to start implementing on your digital products, before it's too late...
One More Thing
100,000 AI-Generated Faces – Free to use!
The power of AI, for stock imagery.
Generated Photos uses the power of internal AI systems to generate thousands of different faces, resulting in free, high-quality imagery for any of your projects!