Many of you are off for Labor Day, so we wanted to be sure you had something to do today for fun. What better than a new episode of The Drunken UX Podcast? This week we are joined by art director Tatiana Mac in a chat about accessibility and universal design and its importance in your design process.
The concept of accessibility extends well beyond the checkboxes many designers and developers are used to trying to complete for WCAG compliance. Truly thinking about accessibility means considering intent of the rules, and circumstances and conditions of the users who come to your site. It’s no easy task, but today’s episode might help you plant the seeds to start thinking about your processes as the starting point for more holistic products that work well for everyone.
- 6 Principles for Inclusive Design explained by Lillian Xiao
- Accessibility, Part 3: ARIA breaks down what ARIA is and how it works to improve accessibility at Envato
- CSS Grid Layout documentation at MDN
- The Difference Between Inclusive Design and Accessibility design philosophy by Eone
- Hacking Digital Styleguides for Accessibility: Type, Color, Imagery is Tatiana’s course on Skillshare. Sign up for two free months.
- In Arkansas, ‘Digital Redlining’ Could Leave Thousands Without Health Care looks at how internet access itself is an accessibility issue
- Inclusive Design: 12 Ways to Design for Everyone as explained by Shopify
- This Is a Motherfucking Website
This episode of The Drunken UX Podcast brought to you by nuCloud.
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