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A Comprehensive Guide to Accessible User Research: Part 3 – Conducting and Reporting

View the original post Researchers often want to include people with access needs in their studies but don’t know where to begin. This three-part series covers the various considerations for adapting your practice to include people with disabilities.

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How to design more inclusive products, according to Google’s Annie Jean-Baptiste

View the original postAs designers, most of us understand the ethical importance of making our products accessible and inclusive for all the people who use them. Yet, we don’t always understand the best way to go about doing this, or how to convey a business case to make it a priority. But Annie Jean-Baptiste sets […]

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A Comprehensive Guide to Accessible User Research: Part 2 – Recruitment and Preparation

View the original post Researchers often want to include people with access needs in their studies but don’t know where to begin. This three-part series covers the various considerations for adapting your practice to include people with disabilities.

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A Comprehensive Guide to Accessible User Research: Part 1 – Project Planning

View the original post Researchers often want to include people with access needs in their studies but don’t know where to begin. This three-part series covers the various considerations for adapting your practice to include people with disabilities.

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Accessibility – First Design – 2020 Design Trends with Grace Brewer

View the original postUXPin: Welcome to 2020 Design Trends for UXPin. We’re here to talk a little bit about design trends for 2020. First of all, please tell us a bit about yourself. Grace Brewer: Hello, my name is Grace Brewer. I lead a small design team at a medium-sized healthcare IT company that’s based […]

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5 Ways to Integrate Accessible Design into Fast-paced Projects

View the original postBy Caterina Falleni, Product Design Lead for Accessibility, and Mike Shebanek, Head of Accessibility In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and National Disability Independence Day, we’re sharing our lessons learned incorporating accessibility into all projects, especially those with fast timelines. Product release cycles continue to […]

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Why (and How) to Pay Attention to Accessibility in Design

View the original post When it comes to design, there’s no such thing as edge cases. Lauren Isaacson explains why. 

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071: User Defenders Live – A Panel on Design Accessibility, Diversity & Ethics with Mina Markham, Derek Featherstone and Farai Madzima

View the original postI had the great honor of being invited back to An Event Apart Denver (2019) to record a live podcast episode with Mina Markham, Farai Madzima, & Derek Featherstone on the important topics of Accessibility, Design Inclusion & Ethics, Hiring & Retaining Diverse Talent and Landing a Job in UX. Amazingly, we […]

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Building an accessible autocomplete control

View the original postThis is an excerpt from my book, Form Design Patterns. This article starts in the middle of chapter 3, A Flight Booking Form where I’ve been looking at ways to let users enter a destination country. Unfortunately, native HTML form controls just aren’t good enough for this type of interaction. And so […]

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Inclusive and Accessible UX: A Starter Syllabus

View the original post Looking to make “accessible” and “inclusive” more than buzzwords at your organization? Here are some guides, reads, and listens you’ll want to know about.