Designing for Cognitive Differences · An A List Apart Articlealistapart.com/article/designing-for-cognitive-differences
Brandon Gregory considers how to design accessibly for cognitive differences like anxiety disorders, inattention, and depression.
Prompts to consider when making things for others to use.
Forging a New Path for Disabled Design: An Interview with Liz Jackson | Adobe Blogtheblog.adobe.com/liz-jackson-accessibility-inclusive-design/
Matt May sat down with Liz Jackson to learn about her new fellowship, WITH, and discuss how interaction designers can evolve their approach to inclusivity.
Innovating inaccessibility: designing novel forms of disabilitymedium.com/@acuity_design/remaking-inaccessibility-designing-novel-forms-of-disability-f7bca50773c5
I was at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London yesterday. They have a new entrance plaza. It looks lovely. It does however, include a new form of textured paving that is quite awesomely bad for…
Five Ways in Which Artificial Intelligence Changes the Face of Web Accessibility - 24 Accessibility24a11y.com/2017/five-ways-in-which-ai-changes-the-face-of-web-accessibility/
Denis Boudreau gives us a prospective sense of where we’re headed with Artificial Intelligence (AI), and what this means for accessibility and inclusion.
Starbucks’ Plan to Ban Straws Will Harm Disabled People | Bitch Mediabitchmedia.org/article/the-straw-ban-harms-disabled-people
Straws are easy to target, but cities and companies still rely on environmentally harmful practices.
How to Make Your Presentations Accessible to All | Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) | W3Cw3.org/WAI/teach-advocate/accessible-presentations/
Do you remember a time when people around you broke out in laughter, but you didn’t hear the joke? Be careful not to leave out information for some people in your audience. For example, if you say “you can read it on the slide”, you are probably excluding people who cannot see the slide.