March 2017

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March 10, 2017

  • The tools you use matter, even your CMS. Good tools are a joy to use, bad tools don’t protect you from your mistakes. A good example of this is Washington Post’s trouble adopting a new CMS.
    “The redesigned website is just the surface manifestation of a huge organ transplant,” Post ombudsman Patrick Pexton said, pointing out it took more than a year to complete. The most important remark was his description of how difficult the change had been. “Every newsroom employee is struggling with it, not just the tech people.”

March 4, 2017

  • YOLO real-time object detection is pretty amazing.

March 3, 2017

March 2, 2017

Varying contexts of sense and ability

This diagram listing varying degrees of ability in different situations, from Inclusive Design at Microsoft, is handy if you ever need to explain the need for accessibility and usability.


March 1, 2017