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How to create accessible and inclusive product content guidelines

View the original postIllustration by Alek Mackie. Four takeaways for starting small to effect change through language At this year’s Button conference, we announced the launch of accessible and inclusive content guidelines in Polaris. Since launching two weeks ago, the guidelines have amassed over 1200 views, and are one of the top-viewed Polaris pages. This has been an […]

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Can I go to beta with an inaccessible product?

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Why you should think accessibility from the design phase?

View the original post Here are all you need to learn for preparing your next accessibility project. Continue reading on Prototypr »

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Tips for Designing Website with Accessibility

View the original post15 Easy Tips that Helps You in Designing for Accessibility. Accessibility is one of the things that designers always keep in mind while designing the user interface either for the web or for apps. In this article, I'll teach you some of the tips that help you in designing for the web […]

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How to test for accessibility with users at every design stage

View the original postIllustration by Alisha Giroux. A research template to test solutions for people with disabilities User research has always been a core part of the design process at Shopify. But, until recently, I’d only ever participated in sessions as a notetaker, or secondary facilitator. This year, that all changed. Through a partnership with Fable, […]

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What are the Don’ts and Do’s when creating accessible designs?

View the original post In my previous article, we discussed why to consider accessibility already in the design phase. One reason was that people with different… Continue reading on Prototypr »

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Accessibility and Inclusivity: Distinctions in Experience Design

View the original postThe web is for everyone. When it is well designed. When it isn’t, it is a barrier. Creating frustration, denying access, failing to represent individuals, and disenfranchising groups. When designers and developers are successful, the web realizes its potential: working for all people. Accessible. Usable. Inclusive. But what does this actually mean […]

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How Subtracting Features Helped Us Create a Truly Accessible Design Course

View the original postImage credit: Viktor Forgacs When I decided to start my own company twelve months ago, I knew what I wanted to achieve. A completely free design course that expanded access to high-quality foundational education. A web-based platform that categorically rejected annoying popups, spammy email marketing, and data harvesting. A coaching service that was truly […]

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The four hammers of accessibility

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How iOS 15 will improve accessibility

View the original post New features and API’s in iOS 15 that will improve accessibility on iPhone. Continue reading on Prototypr »