A handy bunch of checklists from Dave for creating accessible components. Each component gets a card that lists the expectations for interaction.
A useful set of questions to ask on any project, shuffled and dealt to you.
They’ll not only help you foresee unintended consequences—they can also reveal opportunities for positive change.
All of the content in images. Not a single image has alternative text. If only they had asked themselves:
When you picture your user base, who is excluded? If they used your product, what would their experience be like?
The ‘Credit Card Number’ Field Must Allow and Auto-Format Spaces (80% Don’t) - Articles - Baymard Institute
A deep dive into formatting credit card numbers with spaces in online forms.
Dave’s Kickstarter project looks like it could be very handy on Fridays a beer o’clock in the Clearleft office.
This is a really lovely project by Dan and Nat—Christmas cards featuring the fleeting invisible constellations formed by the mesh of GPS satellites within which our planet lies.
Kate has been hand-making Christmas cards for seventeen years.
2013’s Gizmo Stardust remains my favourite.
This Eno-esque deck of cards by Scott could prove very useful for a lot of Clearleft projects.
Dan has started writing up what he did on his Summer hols …on a container ship travelling to China.
It is, of course, in the form of an email newsletter because that’s what all the cool kids are doing these days.
A twitter for the Long Now from Russell Davies. You can submit an answer to the question “What are you doing, you know, more generally?” to:
Dawdlr, c/o RIG, 32-38 Scrutton Street, London, EC2A 4RQ
Moo and Lanyrd sitting in a tree, helping promote my SXSW panel. Excellent!
Richard would like your help. Take a few minutes to run through a card-sorting exercise to help classify fonts in a more meaningful way.
For once, I’m happy to see data being destroyed.
The wonderful world of audio pressed onto postcards: a Polish tradition.
Cute aliens invading vintage postcards of Switzerland.
Top Trumps with typefaces.
Here's a nifty little mashup from Simon: create Moo cards with book details from Amazon.
New from Moo—postcards. Yay!
They're here! New from Moo: NoteCards. Beauteous.
Make business cards with your Flickr pics. Got a pro account? You can order a test batch of ten for free. The process of creating the cards is fun and easy. I can't wait to see the results.