Accessibility in Design
Design is often the best place to tackle accessibility issues on a fundamental level. We’ve collected some resources here to help you learn how accessibility and design fit together. By actively thinking about inclusive design as part of your user interface and overall user experience, you can make a major impact before a line of code is ever written.
Before you jump into the world of accessibility and inclusive design, you’ll want to get familiar with some basic accessibility information and concepts to help you understand the practical side of accessibility.
Webinar Using Personas as an Inclusive Design Tool
Infographic Essential Guide to Digital Accessibility
Training Designing an Accessible User Experience
Accessibility is not a one-time thing. The key to long-term accessibility success is teamwork. If you’re part of larger design or product development team, here are some resources to help you understand the bigger picture of accessibility.
Webpage What is Shift Left Accessibility Testing?
Blog Post How to Scale Your Accessibility Initiatives By Empowering & Equipping Your Workforce
Blog Post What to expect from other roles within your organization
Blog post Top 5 Most Common Accessibility Annotations
How Deque Can Help
If you’re spearheading accessibility from within Design, or serving as the Design representative on a larger accessibility team, these services and training are a great place to start.
Design Audits are a great way to stay ahead of the game. Our experts can review your design wireframes and provide detailed annotations to point out potential accessibility issues.Learn More about getting a wireframe assessment
Instructor Led Training
Get role based Accessibility training for UI and UX Designers.Learn More about instructor led trainin
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