⏸ I decided that i need to take a pause on writing this newsletter. I want to spend more summer time with my family, create that “Get Hired in UX” Manu…
Main concern is accessibility of audio-only formats or videos with audio track. All videos must have closed captions (CC). Some services offer automate…
The observer effect is when researchers tend to subconsciously (or sometimes consciously) influence participants of their study to lead them in a favou…
When talking to others, the person assumes that the other person has enough expertise to understand what they are saying. I think everyone has experien…
People tend to attribute success to their own abilities and efforts, but blame external factors for their failures. This is an interesting one, as it i…
👋 I am thinking of creating a manual that would help UX folks land a job faster. I have not made it yet but I am going to share more information with …
Celebrating my son’s birthday, so skipping the Cognitive Biases and Accessibility sections this weekend #familytime. Started my Accessibility training,…
[Update] Expanding on the newsletter format a bit. My new UX Career podcast episodes are getting their own spot. Also, decided to go back to sharing in…
This has been on my to-do list for a long time. After observing different design leaders sharing their advice with the younger designers, and realizing…
It was 5:58 pm Wednesday evening. I finished updating my Sketch file with the latest revision of a big and complicated project (yes, I am still on Sket…
Status quo bias Users hate change. You’ve probably heard this saying before. People tend to see any change from the current “baseline” as a loss. It do…
Rhyme-as-reason effect Rhyming statements are perceived as more truthful. Sounds wild... Apparently, there is research showing that when people were as…