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Event Details


September 19


17:00 CEST





Join Jim's talk as he critically examines the 10 Usability Heuristics by Jakob Nielsen and presents their limitations in today's rapidly evolving technological and societal landscape.

Discover his proposal of the 11th Heuristic "Accessibility and Inclusion", animating designers to prioritize equal access and consider social identities and biases. Together you will brainstorm about some of the frameworks and tools that designers should know about in designing for accessibility and inclusion.

Jim's talk is based on his recent publication in UX Magazine. You can read the article here:

In addition to telling the story behind the 10 Usability Heuristics, Jim will share a practical method using the AI search engine "" that empowers anyone to easily examine the scientific validity of our best practices.

Remember to use the hashtag #DesignForTomorrow when sharing your event experience on social media!

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This initiative was started by Randstad UX for the R'UX Network & Community. It escalated quickly and we spread beyond the Randstad. Because there are very important topics in this awareness week, we thought it would be better to reskin the portal without our own branding, and only add our logos to the events we organise ourselves. 

To make this initiative work for as many important voices as possible, we decided to also list other relevant events around the topics and themes of Design for Tomorrow. If you are organising relevant events, please feel free to add them to the list. That way more people can hear about ethics, sustainability, human centered and human centric design and every other important topic in the design world today. 

Rethinking Best Practices: Why We Need 11 Usability Heuristics

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