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      Considering accessibility for people with cognitive disabilities and differences

      uxdesign.cc - In celebration of Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2022, I wrote the following article for my employer, who is celebrating GAAD with a day-long series of events including workshops about accessibility topics, panels about disability awareness, and articles such as this one, introducing topics about digital accessibility.
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      How not to do accessible design

      uxdesign.cc - In addition to directing User Experience at Daedalus, I am also heavily involved in my local community. I recently attended a learning conference for municipal personnel and sat in on a session about best practices for mass communication with residents, via things like email, mailers, text messages, social media, and municipal web pages.
      For the most part, the talk was interesting and informative, and the panelists even touched on accessibility, which I was delighted to hear. However, I was less delighted when one of the panelists said that he had begun to eliminate color from his communications due to concerns over color blindness.
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      Peering into the accessibility of Dark Mode

      uxdesign.cc - An emerging trend in user interface design, Dark Mode’s USP seems to be its sustainability and easing the visual strain on our eyes. But how true are these notions — and how does it fare in terms of accessibility?
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      Science, Inspiration And The Birth of Modern Marketing

      medium.com - In 1907, an advertising executive by the name of Claude Hopkins invited friends to an expensive Chicago restaurant to celebrate his retirement. After years of intense campaigns and marketing innovation, Hopkins was ready quit the world of advertising. However, before the second course arrived, a message arrived at their table.
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      “FOMO”— A New Word or A Brand Name?

      medium.com - The acronym “FOMO” has become a familiar part of our shared vocabulary. Particularly common online, where social media has generated a new universe of experiences (and words to describe them), it stands for the Fear of Missing Out.
      Like any other new word, “FOMO” was invented by people who needed to describe something new. It was created and coined by internet users on chatrooms and message boards. That’s why the letter we received on 23 January 2019, was so unexpected.
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