We’ve been thinking a lot about research lately, and how important it is to underpinning the decisions we make about our design and development and how it impacts users. To help us get our feet…

Usually when we talk about passion for the web, we talk about things we support. This week, Michael dives in to his passion about chatbots. Not for them though – against. Companies the world over…

How well versed are you with obscure HTML tags? More importantly, obscure tags that can be very useful, used today, and provide great semantic value to your pages? We’ve picked our seven favorites to introduce…

In this very special season premiere, noted CSS and accessibility expert Christoper Schmitt sits down with Michael to dig into the important introductory concepts involved in writing CSS with an eyes towards creating accessible, inclusive…

We made it! It’s the season two finale of The Drunken UX Podcast, and we couldn’t be more excited! To cap off the season, we take a look back and count down our top three…

The penultimate episode for season 2 is here, and Aaron and Michael couldn’t be more excited to share their mistakes with you! Over the years, they have collected their share of oopsies when working on…

In the home stretch for season 2, and we present our penultimate interview for the year as we sit down with Frank Romeu, a product designer at Hubspot, to take a look at the importance…

Aaron returns for this week’s episode, where we take a look at Facebook’s FB5 redesign. While the new look and feel brings a much needed refresh to an aging layout, it’s not without its issues….

With Michael flying solo for this episode, we take the opportunity to reflect on a piece of advice that we’ve emphasized in several past episodes, but never taken much time to explain why. This week,…

Michael’s on his way to HighEdWeb in Milwaukee, but before that, he and Aaron tackle three quick topics in this week’s episode. First up is an update on Domino’s attempt to push an web accessibility…