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Designing for Accessibility: Forms & Input
April 3, 2018 — Forms are the primary method that users interact with our products. More accessible forms mean more people can use our products more easily. So let’s get started!
Designing for Accessibility: Navigation & Interaction
March 29, 2018 — What’s truly amazing about the web are the links and other elements that allow users to navigate and interact. How can we make it easier for all users to get around?
Designing for Accessibility: Content & Context
March 27, 2018 — If content is king, then accessible content is a wise and benevolent ruler. Explore how to make your content more accessible to people.
Designing for Accessibility: Color & Contrast
March 24, 2018 — Color plays a big role in the personality of many products. Without proper testing and consideration, though, those beautifully crafted palettes may be completely meaningless to some people.
Designing for Accessibility: An Introduction
March 24, 2018 — Designing for accessibility doesn't have to be an add-on feature. By designing for accessibility from the start, you can create more usable products for everyone in the end.
Nice Touch: Marginal Fixes Can Help Others Too
September 20, 2017 — It is a noble goal to help those who need an extra hand. You may be surprised how many people you can help just by making a little extra effort.
14 Great Mac Apps to Expand Your Design Toolbox
January 10, 2017 — You know the usual suspects already: Photoshop, Sketch, Axure, Invision. Explore these other hidden gems that can help improve your design process on the Mac.
Design Inclusive Visuals: Images, Icons, and Color
November 12, 2015 — Creating an inclusive visual design means re-evaluating the imagery, icons, and colors you rely on, and understanding how your visuals could embrace or exclude potential users.