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This week's email brings a good mix of important topics (such as Carie Fisher's article on Accessibility) and silly side projects (including satirical brand guidelines for UK's new prime minister Boris Johnson).

Hope you enjoy!
 
Digital Accessibility →
 
The 4 stages in the digital accessibility journey.
 
Too Much Inspiration? →
 
Is there such thing? The pros and cons of inspiration.
Fast Software →
 
The benefits of speedy software, and how it affects UX.
 
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Stories from the community
Forget the computer →

Here’s why you should write and design by hand.

Stop designing for random people →

Focusing on the high-expectation customer.

UX: do less, but with feeling →

The balancing act between pragmatism and hedonism is no longer in equilibrium.

 
More top stories
 
Why every UX designer should go to a Hackathon →

UX researchers need to understand the business →
News & ideas
Boris Johnson →
Brand guidelines for UK's new prime minister.
 
Ugly Gerry Font →
A font created by your congressional districts.
 
Keyboard-Trackpad →
A touch-sensitive keyboard = a trackpad.
 
Bad News Game →
Drop all ethics and become an unscrupulous media magnate.
Yasseen Faik →

 
Tools & resources
Figma Plugins →
Everyone’s favorite tool now offers plugins.
 
Guardian Design →
A guide to digital design at the Guardian.
 
Beautiful UIs →
Free course to get you started as a UI designer.
 
Lottie Files →
Animations library for Lottie and Bodymovin.
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