Me mates at mkeUX recently started sharing, on a weekly basis, noteworthy articles of interest from around the web, related to User Experience.
Many others do this too, and I really like the idea. It’s a way for me to build accessibility awareness, and keeps me active in scouring the web for more information.
Here are some things from the past week that particularly caught my eye:
- How Blind People Use the iPhone 4S – interesting insights from Tommy Edison, the Blind Film Critic, on how he utilizes his iPhone.
- Building an Accessibility Body of Knowledge – David Sloan talks about the need for accessibility resources for those new and old to the field alike.
- Content order on touch screens – Henny Swan points out that proper ordering of information isn’t just important for desktop web experiences, but mobile as well.
- What Does Sweetness Sound Like? – fascinating exploration of how sound and taste relate.
You’ve got Internet gateways through my world…
–Ace of Base