You now have the ability to build custom skins for TinyMCE. In this post we share several pre-built skins for popular design systems like Bootstrap, Microsoft Fabric and Google’s Material Design.
I recently stumbled on a remarkable TED talk by Elise Roy called, “When we design for disability we all benefit.” If you are a product designer or manager, you should watch it. In the talk, she put forth a personal and universally applicable premise: Designers who take into account users’ disabilities almost invariably improve their project….
Earlier this year, we joined forces with Automatic and began working on the future editor of WordPress.org as a part of Project Gutenberg. This is the story of how we rose to the design challenge and what we learned along the way.
There are a variety of online user testing platforms that provide quick and inexpensive access to remote observational research. This mode of user-testing is fairly new to me, so I recently ran a small experiment to compare online vs in-house user testing. Let’s see what I learned, and how it might help you in your next UX test.
Testing is a core part of the design process. Google does it. Facebook does it. And here at Ephox, we do it too. With so many methodologies and tools available, getting started with user testing can be a little daunting. I hope that sharing my journey in establishing a solid, evidence-based UX practice at Ephox will provide you with some tips that you can apply to your UX practice.
Mondays in Australia are pretty quiet as the rest of the world slumbers after weekend activities had. It’s a great time for reflecting and catching up on things. This morning, I caught up on a few days of missed gutenberg conversations on slack and last week’s design meeting. Balancing minimal aesthetic with traditional functionality Things move…