UX Link Roundup — July 9, 2017
I read insatiably. As I shift careers, my preferred reading topics have correspondingly shifted to books and articles about design, technology, and UX. While I’m also reading and would wholeheartedly reccomend foundational texts, I’m also finding an unending tide of interesting articles and one-off pieces that are memorable for one reason or another. Here are the favorites that I have come across this week, presented without further comment. Have a link you think should be in a future roundup? Leave a comment or tweet it to me at @randomscrbbles.
Your work is all about your users when you're doing it but it's not about users when you're selling it. When you sell…www.mockplus.com
If you're like me, looking at your own design work from a few years ago can often result in some laughable or even…designshack.net
Neon colors are tough to use without clashing with the rest of your design. They work great for signs and lights in…designshack.net
Design challenges are nothing new- plenty of companies use them in order to assess potential employees’ problem solving…medium.muz.li
"If you have a disability, what's the hardest thing about browsing the web?" The answers to Safia Abdalla's tweet are…axesslab.com