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7 Things Every Designer Needs to Know about Accessibility
Jesse Hausler
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I think this design is problematic even for people without disabilities. I can stare at this, wondering where is the button to edit these information, without necessarily thinking to hover this area.

Same for links of same color than text, buttons that appear as such when hovered, etc. When you cannot distinguish active (clickable) icons (and other UI elements) from inactive ones (information) at a glance, there is a general UX issue.

There was an old article about “hidden meat”: what do you have in your bun? What you do have in your page or UI, hidden, that you have to explore to find out? It is still relevant today…

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