7 guidelines for creating a more inclusive web experience.

An inclusive design infographic of many of the different users who use the web.

One of the most common buzzwords in the design community is accessibility. But do we really know what it means? Accessibility is not only about screen readers, contrast, or big fonts. At the fundamental level, accessibility is about every individual’s right to access information. We live in a diverse world…

Practical tips for designing simple and inclusive forms for the web.

An image of a multi-step form.

I was recently working on creating a better form experience for a project at work when it dawned on me that I had no idea what separated a good form from a bad one. Do I design a multi-step or a single-page form? Should I use placeholder text or not…

A tried-and-true collection of proven principles that can help designers build better interfaces.

A gavel.

When people hear the word “design,” they’re often led to believe that the person serving in that role is solely responsible for creating something that looks beautiful. While aesthetics are an important aspect, UX design is about more than visual appeal. …

Extensions, tools, and plug-ins to supercharge your design workflow.

A woman typing on a computer.

It wasn’t too long ago that I felt like my tech skills were ruled by Murphy’s Law — anything that could go wrong, would go wrong. Not an ideal scenario when you’re a Product Designer, a job that requires you to literally spend your entire day using technology. …

Five things to consider when choosing a UX Bootcamp.

Logos of Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, and Google

If the thought of becoming a UX designer has ever entered your mind even for a moment, social media algorithms have probably been following you around with ads such as:

[INSERT NAME OF BOOTCAMP] Become a UX Designer in 12 weeks and land your dream job!

Naturally, if you actually…

Omar Andani

Product Designer in Vancouver. Currently at First Session. omarandani.com

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