Derek Featherstone shares his thoughts on the differences between inclusive design and accessibility. One is the journey and the other, the destination.
Accessibility is an outcome. Inclusive design is a process. Join accessibility guru Derek Featherstone in our Slack channel to break this concept down.
Read this Ask the UXperts transcript to learn how designers and product owners can lead the way with understanding their responsibilities and implementing good processes when it comes to designing inclusive, accessible apps.
Learn how designers and product owners can lead the way with understanding their responsibilities and implementing good processes when it comes to designing inclusive, accessible apps.
These days auto-suggest is everywhere, from social media sites like Twitter and Facebook, to shopping sites like eBay and Amazon. With plugins available for all the latest frameworks and libraries, adding an auto-suggest to your site is relatively easy.
But what about accessibility? I’ve reviewed auto-suggest components from many of the major frameworks, and most of them have one thing in common: they’re not properly accessible.
Here’s how you can make your auto-suggest accessible.
Mobile apps are for everyone – and they’re not about the digital world, but the real world around us. In 2017, it’s estimated that around 1 billion people around the world suffer from some form of disability, while 285 million people are visually impaired worldwide.
As societies age, accessibility continues to be an important part of the global conversation about digital inclusiveness. Yet it’s in the everyday work of designers and developers where the true magic happens.
Inclusive design is about so much more than designing for people with disability. You never know the exact context of how a user interacts with your product.
Everyone is different, and we all have a role to play in creating inclusive (digital) experiences. These talks and videos provide the foundations for what makes accessible and inclusive design, and will help you see the world through another’s eyes.
Our theme for April is accessibility and inclusive design, and we kicked things off in style with a great session in our Slack channel with accessibility expert Derek Featherstone.
Read on to find out what went down.
In this session in our Slack channel, accessibility guru Derek Featherstone will provide practical takeaways to help you design and build things that go beyond screen reader compatible and deeper into truly accessible design.
May 21st is Global Accessibility Awareness day, and we’re pretty excited about that. Hawk takes a look at some of the events that are taking place around the globe.