The role of a UX designer ensuring a good accessibility experience doesn’t stop at the development stage
What are some of the thought-processes and tools we use at Brightec to ensure we are meeting, and indeed exceeding, accessibility standards?
What do we mean when discussing accessibility, what standards do we align to, and why should we and our clients care enough to invest in this?
Is there an easy way to improve font management across a multi-disciplined team?
For non-designers, it can be hard to understand why the process can take so long - surely it’s not that hard to make an aesthetically pleasing app that users will come back to? And isn’t that the most important thing? Spoiler alert: no.
And, a lesson in why you should name everything semantically
In light of Covid restrictions, we’ve had to completely reassess how to run user tests to be both safe and effective. Here’s what we’ve discovered so far
This blog briefly explores each of the main design tools we use at Brightec to demonstrate how, and why, they are used.
This glossary explains some common app development terms you'll come across when working with us
"What is an Android Spinner?" – A common question with a less than obvious answer. In this article, we look at what an Android Spinner is and where it is used.
The story of how I recently became a UI/UX Designer at Brightec.
Updates that make a huge increase to checkout conversion rates.
Why do I need to gather feedback through my live mobile app?
We've been busy creating vector drawables for Android using Sketch.
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