Monthly Archives: June 2015
A guide of common terms to understand accessibility and AODA compliance when designing, coding, and producing content for your next digital project.
In the last episode of Putting Users in UX, Steven and Terry dove into the mechanics of effective user research.
While the physical events will take place in more than 30 venues, visitors will rely on online information to guide them through.
Developing an accessible digital product is important, but requires some planning.
This is the second year in a row that Usability Matters has been honoured by this leading international awards program.
In this month’s UX Files, we take a look at how the logistics industry is changing.
Learn how this team got organized, designed, and delivered an app to support seniors.
Three founders once again recognized in the 17th Annual W100 ranking of Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneurs.
We’ve identified the problems, but how do we leverage principles of user-centered design to come up with appropriate, technology-agnostic solutions.