Featured: Ten ways designers and researchers can meaningfully engage with disabled people in 2023
“Drawing on my experiences managing a number of research projects across the tech, creative and educational sectors over the past year, here are 10 concrete things designers and researchers can do to make their engagement with disabled people more effective in 2023.”
News, resources, tools and tutorials
- Building inclusive products for trans people (blog post - uxdesign.cc)
- How to find and fix the top three accessibility issues (webinar - youtube.com)
- Android accessibility: A developers guide (blog post - dev.to)
- Making data visualization accessible with Tori Clark (blog post – 3playmedia.com)
- Fluid typography: Predicting a problem with your user’s zoom-in (blog post – smashingmagazine.com)
- Overlapping interactive areas (blog post - tempertemper.net)
New to A11y
Jared Smith and Jonathan Whiting show you how to get started quickly for evaluating and testing web accessibility. I like how they teach you about a whole process versus a one-off approach.
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