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Year in Review: A Web for Everyone and Accessible UX | Sarah …

Whitney Quesenbery and I completed our book, A Web for Everyone: Designing Accessible User Experiences, and Rosenfeld Media sent it out into the world in January 2014. We've been getting great feedback about how …

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5 Questions to Ask to Gauge Web Accessibility Compliance

According to usability.gov, to create a great user experience, information must be useful, usable, desirable, findable, accessible and credible. And for this blog's purposes, we'll focus on the accessible part – giving those with …

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Tobii EyeMobile Takes Eye Tracking Technology to … – UX Magazine

Considering that a central goal of UX is making experiences easier and more rewarding for everyone who engages them, it seems like accessibility would be at the forefront of experience design

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[Book] A Web for Everyone: Designing Accessible User Experiences

In their new book, A Web for Everyone: Designing Accessible User Experiences, Sarah Horton and Whitney Quesenbery make a case for accessibility that begins and ends with people. “We believe that great design starts by …

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How to avoid a label that includes the word "Other"

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Accessibility: An easy way to find site barriers for customers

… User Experience. Accessibility & Usability In the past it's not been easy for companies to determine whether their sites are accessible so that they can be used by everyone, including users with visual impairments who use assistive …

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Form data information architecture [on hold]

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Form data information architecture

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eyelearn » design for UX and accessibility

As web workers, be that designers or developers, it is our job to create not only engaging user experiences but also to ensure an all inclusive design and setup. Making sure our content is presented in the most accessible and …

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How many UX designers are there, worldwide? [on hold]