Feed accessibility into the design process. Covering user journey considerations, practical accessibility steps and more.
A lot of the time, designers are the first people to see and listen to the brief of a project, and transferring this into a captivating and engaging piece of work is essential. But so is accessibility.
We believe that designing things with accessibility in mind from the start can create a more streamlined process. Let us share our knowledge with your designer/design teams, allowing them to feed accessibility straight into the design process.
Web accessibility for designers learning topics include:
- Use of colour
- Links, buttons & active states
- Size & space
- Dynamic content
- Tolerance for error (click depth)
- Minimize repetitive actions
- Simplicity – Prompting task completion
- Transcripts and captioning
- Language & Readability (headings)
- Tabbing and scrolling
- Link strategy
In our design training, we go into detail about the steps that designers need to take to have a more accessible process and how they can implement accessibility, into their wireframes, considering layout, customer journey, function and motion.