During my career as a designer, I have assumed that all users have the same experience as me when using digital products. Until this semester when our team had the opportunity to design products for people with disabilities, realizing that there are users with visual impairment, hearing impairment or a walking and movement disability. After conducting the interviews and secondary research with our target users, we figured out a practice of crafting inclusive experiences for all people. This article will show you how to quickly get up accessibility design for a responsive website.
This guide aims to help designers who wish to take a first shot on designing inclusive websites for different types of users with a disability. However, you can only reach the minimum standard of usability by using these principles. If you want to create a more accessible experience for your targeted users, conducting further user testing should be your next focus.
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