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UX Czwartek #128

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In some cultures, February 29 is seen as a day of good luck or bad luck. We recommend to treat this day definitely as happy and with the same enthusiasm we recommend today's newsletter, from which you will learn:

  • when is the best time to conduct a survey,
  • how to create appropriate alternative texts (alt text),
  • how to write AI prompts and get the most relevant answers.

When to conduct survey research?

Article published by Nielsen Norman Group systematizes knowledge of survey research. Surveys and polls are a good way to know the opinions and behaviors of users, but they are not the only solution. In many cases, other research methods should be considered, such as usability tests, user interviews or data analysis. There are many arguments for conducting a survey, but those against are also not lacking - surveys can be biased if they are not properly designed. Questions should be clear, neutral and cannot suggest answers. It is also necessary to take into account the time it takes to design, conduct and analyze the collected data.

Alternative texts: good practices

We recommend Article published on Accessible Social Gathering practical tips for creating alternative texts, i.e. textual equivalents of images, which are essential for a good experience for blind and visually impaired users. Well-prepared descriptions of images allow people with visual disabilities to understand the content of the image and the context in which it is used. From the text you will learn many practical hints, including that such texts should be concise and should contain all the relevant information about the image. What does the picture represent? What are its main elements? What is the context of the image? We encourage you to read the entire text, which is a mine of practical tips.

Accessibility standards and data visualization

On many occasions we mention accessibility standards, which are a determinant of the creation of accessible content and today we refer to them in the context of data visualization in graphs. WITH Artikel published by Smashing Magazine we learn that the available charts are more understandable and useful - for all users. There are several techniques for designing available charts, such as using contrasting colors, legible fonts, and descriptive alt-texts. Also helpful are charting tools, which increasingly offer features that make it easier to create accessible visualizations. Take a look at the original article for examples of available charts and those that are prepared inadequately.

How AI prompts are revolutionizing UX/UI design?

We encourage you to visit our blog, where it is waiting for you text dedicated to a variety of prompts that can be used to collaborate with AI tools to generate ideas, optimize processes and create more engaging and accessible products. In this article, we present how well-prepared prompts can support the work of UX/UI designers, helping them not only to carry out current tasks more efficiently, but also to explore new, innovative design solutions.

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