The IEEE Virtual User Experience (UX) Lab provides: online tools for IEEE website managers (volunteers and staff) tools to test digital content virtually, at no cost, design resources to enhance web content, at no cost, and  collaboration opportunities with the Experience Design team on website maintenance efforts   Helpful links: Access the lab virtually Email […]

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An icon is a small picture or symbol intended to help people quickly recognize a tool, site, function or file format. Icons should be consistent in their behavior, positioning, and design and should reinforce commonly used metaphors.  To maintain consistency across communications, an icon library representing various technologies, and many commonly used symbols for use [...]
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  The Experience Design team has created a flexible, free IEEE-branded website template suite for use by staff and volunteers. These templates support conferences, local IEEE Sections and Regions, Student Branches, programs, services, and initiative websites to create high quality, user-friendly web designs.  These templates: Are easily customized by in-house staff expertise or contractors Significantly […]

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  The IEEE meta-navigation is a menu that appears on all IEEE websites allowing visitors to quickly access IEEE flagship websites and options. The IEEE meta-navigation must be designed using the following required criteria: Placement: Outside of the main page above the site header. Within the meta-navigation: Site links must appear at the upper-left and […]

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As part of an IEEE-wide outreach to staff and volunteer site managers, the Experience Design Team is requesting your attention to update one or more of the following required IEEE brand and digital compliance elements to make your website or application aligned with the rest of the IEEE digital presence. IEEE digital publishers are asked […]

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Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) is marked on the third Thursday of May each year. It is observed to raise awareness about accessibility from a technology perspective. The purpose of GAAD is to get everyone talking, thinking, and learning about digital access (web, software, mobile, etc.), as well as inclusion and people with different abilities. […]

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