18 comments

  • Duke CavinskiDuke Cavinski, 2 years ago

    This is excellent, thank you for sharing.

    EDIT: Since it appears that you've made this yourself, how do you think these values impact UX for GM products? Any concrete examples you can share?

    8 points
    • Andrew Washuta, 2 years ago

      ^ Following this

      1 point
    • , 2 years ago

      You're welcome Steven! Re: GM products — I can’t really speak to this b/c I'm relatively new to the team. I will say automotive UX leans heavily towards safety and is sensitive to distraction b/c it's an imperative. Driver distraction is a major cause for concern, but you don't always see this level of priority/awareness/concern in customer electronics like phones, etc. The difference is cultural, but also b/c lives are at stake, ya know?

      3 points
  • Surjith S MSurjith S M, 2 years ago

    Can you add a link to read Next & Previous topics instead of Related. That will be much useful. Great resource btw.

    1 point
  • Adit Lal, 2 years ago

    Nice

    1 point
  • Mateusz Tatara, 2 years ago

    Incredible! Jon Yablonski chapeau bas! Great idea, very important topic & nice execution! Could I ask how long did it take you to create this website? (from initial idea to website like that)

    1 point
    • , 2 years ago

      Thank you Mateusz :) The idea has been in the back of my mind since last March, but I finally got around to sketching/researching this past November. It went through a few iterations before landing on where it is now - things always feel differently once they are in code!

      2 points
  • Yannic NachnameYannic Nachname, 2 years ago

    Beautiful site with great content, congratulations! How did you create the SVG-Animations?

    1 point
  • Christopher HenriksenChristopher Henriksen, 2 years ago

    Really nice work and interesting content, so thanks for sharing! I would take a look at the color contrast between text and background though, because right now a lot of text isn't even close to meeting WCAG.

    1 point
    • , 2 years ago

      Great point Christopher - I'll take a closer look at that.

      1 point
    • Roland IllésRoland Illés, 2 years ago

      What do you mean specifically? I just checked most of the text, and they reach at least AA Large, and the fonts are huge.

      Sometimes I feel like people on here just have to find UX issues on any post, even when there aren't any.

      2 points
      • Christopher HenriksenChristopher Henriksen, 2 years ago

        Under the best practices examples on https://humanebydesign.com/principles/empowering/ the text does not meet the criteria. Using "a lot" in my post was definitely over exaggerated, and I apologize for that.

        I'm definitely not hunting for mistakes, I wanted to give a friendly heads up that there are some accessibility issues, which are easy to fix and in my opinion well worth the effort.

        3 points
        • Duke CavinskiDuke Cavinski, 2 years ago

          I'm with Christopher here, once you start designing for WCAG, it's very hard to unsee. If you tested those "AA Large" on mobile sizes, you might run into trouble.

          0 points
  • Erik LevitchErik Levitch, 2 years ago

    The first example on https://humanebydesign.com/principles/thoughtful/ isn't thought at all—it's a confirmation dialog box!!

    0 points
  • Waldy Przybyslawski, 2 years ago

    This is really hard to look at / read during the day on glare-heavy screens.

    Also, your Resources page is really long - would be nice to get a snapshot of the sections in the header or be able to navigate to them without scrolling through the entire list.

    0 points
    • , 2 years ago

      I'll take a look at that Waldy - thanks for the heads up. I agree with you re: snapshot on resources ;)

      1 point
  • Elmas O., 2 years ago

    Would be nice if the site itself was more "Inclusive" and allow users to simply read through the content and not struggle with content animations on every section.

    -1 points