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Christianne Beck
Christianne Beck

Introspection as an initiative

Opinion
yesterday

Jon shares how we are iterating on internal reviews at Clearleft with the goal to establish a more open and feedback-driven culture.

Jon Aizlewood
Jon Aizlewood

The state of UX

Opinion
8th April 2021

The death of a dream …or the dawning of a golden age?

Jeremy Keith
Jeremy Keith

One year on and what next for remote working?

Opinion
26th March 2021

Since the UK locked down 52 weeks ago, we’ve been working fully remotely. As the vaccine works its magic, in a few months we’ll be able to move back into our studio. What happens then?

Richard Rutter
Richard Rutter

Authentication

Advice
8th February 2021

Some ways of combining security and usability for two-factor authentication on the web.

Jeremy Keith
Jeremy Keith

Letters of exclusion

Advice
25th January 2021

Use your words - Jeremy explores the exclusivity of acronyms.

Jeremy Keith
Jeremy Keith

A farewell to Andy

Announcement, News
20th January 2021

It’s been an eventful time for Clearleft. As well celebrating our fifteenth anniversary, 2020 was the year that saw Clearleft become an employee-owned agency. It’s a year of change, and now we’ve got one more to share with you.

Richard Rutter
Richard Rutter

Lists

Opinion
14th December 2020

Do websites need to sound the same in every screen reader?

Jeremy Keith
Jeremy Keith

Innovation: a design discussion

Opinion
10th December 2020

Is human-centred design bad for innovation? That was the provacation behind a recent design discussion.

Alex Higgs
Alex Higgs
Announcement, News, featured
We realised that although our core mission and vision hasn’t changed in 15 years, our core proposition has. In some ways, Clearleft are still seen as a web development agency or a website design studio. Neither of these things are bad; they just don’t reflect what we actually do today.
Jon Aizlewood
Jon Aizlewood

Accessible interactions

Advice
29th October 2020

Abstracting common interaction patterns as a starting point for accessible components.

Jeremy Keith
Jeremy Keith