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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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Accessibility Podcasts

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.

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051: Accessible Design = Better Design with Derek Featherstone

View the original postDerek Featherstone teaches us how designing for people with disabilities is really just better design for everybody. He shows us how people with disabilities aren’t different from us, they just use different tools to accomplish the same things. He encourages us to apply empathy to grow our skills in learning how to […]