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Pete Woodhouse
@petewoodhouse | Designer @redgate

Takeaways from the Persuasive UX Metrics Framework.

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Lots of five, ten, and twenty-dollar bills with post-it notes stuck between them
Photo by Alexander Schimmeck with added post-its by me

Why does UX need these metrics?



A guide to the new accessibility criteria for UI components.

The guideline

The intent


Embracing the waffle.

What harm can buzzwords do?


…would I spend 4 hours sharpening the axe?

Should I even chop down the tree?


Choosing a colour palette is easy … but add accessibility standards, various button states, and a couple of themes to the mix, and it soon gets tricky. To make it less tricky instead of thinking colour palette — think colour system.

A colour system in 3 steps

Step 1: Split in half


Although just a small step towards inclusivity, colour and contrast standards could be a very important first step in getting accessibility on the roadmap.


Ticking all the boxes may not lead to good accessibility

Can I find a more legible but still as stylish clock?


What’s to love about these signs?

Signs of a design system

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