While we’re on the subject of design systems, it seems worth taking a stop by the United States Digital Service and their release of the Web Design System 2.0 this month. The USWDS has provided a framework for creating successful government websites, while building patterns that can help anyone’s web strategy moving forward. We also chat briefly about app usability and the dark patterns in use in tax platforms this week.
Tax Software Platforms
- Congress Is About to Ban the Government From Offering Free Online Tax Filing. Thank TurboTax.
- Death, Taxes and Dark Patterns
- Here’s How TurboTax Just Tricked You Into Paying to File Your Taxes
- IRS list of Free File Software Offers
- Designing Obama by Scott Thomas
- Everything you need to know about Design Systems
- Exclusive: Pete Buttigieg debuts a radical new approach to campaign branding
- Introducing USWDS 2.0
- Pantsuit: The Hillary Clinton UI pattern library
- USWDS Design Principles
- Who is Using USWDS
- Why the US Government Just Made Its Own Font
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