7 Accessibility Sins I’m Tired of Pointing Out to UI/UX Designers

Dear UI/UX designer, I’m tired of seeing these mistakes over and over again coming out from UI/UX designers I’ve worked with. Some are exceptionally talented, producing beautiful web or app designs… Curated by (Lifekludger) Read full article at Source: 7 Accessibility Sins I’m Tired of Pointing Out to UI/UX Designers | μεταcole

Web Accessibility and Keeping Others in Mind – snack o’clock

Website accessibility has been on my mind recently. A few years back, one of the biggest trends on the web was subtlety. Medium gray text on light gray backgrounds, super-thin fonts, etc. all looked quite elegant to designers, but in … Continue reading → Curated by (Lifekludger) Read full article at Source: Web Accessibility andContinue reading “Web Accessibility and Keeping Others in Mind – snack o’clock”

We’re Just Temporarily Abled : Designing for the Future : Designing for the Future

We aren’t just designing accessible products and websites for a subgroup of people who we may or may not know, who have permanent visual or motor issues. We’re designing these sites and products for our future selves as well. A few years ago, I had the opportunity to attend and present at a great conferenceContinue reading “We’re Just Temporarily Abled : Designing for the Future : Designing for the Future”

Learning Is For Everyone: Instructional Design For Accessibility (Free Technical Article!) – eLearning Industry

Instructional Design For Accessibility: How To Ensure That Learning Is For Everyone Designing eLearning that is accessible for people with disabilities isn’t easy. The key is to find ways in which basic principles of good web design, along with the principles of Universal Design, can improve access to and the experience of eLearning for all learners,Continue reading “Learning Is For Everyone: Instructional Design For Accessibility (Free Technical Article!) – eLearning Industry”

Designer’s Guide to the Basics of Web Accessibility Design – Hongkiat

In this post, I’ll cover the basics of accessibility design, what it is, what it aims to solve, and steps you can take to get started. Note, this is an incredibly detailed subject, and it will take months or years of practice to fully understand. But the benefits are worth the effort, and all ofContinue reading “Designer’s Guide to the Basics of Web Accessibility Design – Hongkiat”

Grand Rapids YMCA first building to adopt universal design standards

…how do you design a new building to ensure that it serves the needs of all users? Inclusive design can make that happen. UB’s Center for Inclusive Design and Environmental Access (IDeA Center), in collaboration with the Global Universal Design Commission, has developed the first set of universal design certification standards for commercial buildings, lookingContinue reading “Grand Rapids YMCA first building to adopt universal design standards”

Usability and Accessibility in Board Games | Diabolical! Board Game

We as game designers make games because we want people to play them. However, many people have limitations of perception and / or mobility which can prevent them from enjoying many games. It’s important for us as game designers (or any kind of designer, really) to put ourselves in the shoes of those players whoContinue reading “Usability and Accessibility in Board Games | Diabolical! Board Game”

Accessibility Design: Color Blindness – Alan Zucconi

This tutorial will teach you how to create and use post-processing effects which simulate how colour blind players might experience your Unity game. One of my most anticipated games is The Witness; since it uses so many vibrant colours, it will be used as an example in this tutorial. … Curated by (Lifekludger) Read full article at Source: Accessibility Design: Color BlindnessContinue reading “Accessibility Design: Color Blindness – Alan Zucconi”

A Web for Everyone: Accessibility as a Design Challenge – O’Reilly Media Free, Live Events

A Web for Everyone: Accessibility as a Design Challenge Date: This event took place live on January 21 2014 Presented by: Whitney Quesenbery Duration: Approximately 60 minutes. https://youtu.be/gYLV9wsSUHI Curated by (Lifekludger) Read full article at Source: A Web for Everyone: Accessibility as a Design Challenge – O’Reilly Media Free, Live Events

Think accessibility to future-proof your home

… Universal design is another way to look at how the features in your home add comfort and convenience not only for today, and also into the future as well. Its design is useful and marketable to people with diverse or changing abilities. This approach ensures reach, manipulation and use regardless of the user’s body,Continue reading “Think accessibility to future-proof your home”