Accessible Palette is an app for building color systems with consistent lightness and predictable contrast ratios across color levels.
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In June of 2020, I wrote about Twitter’s attempt to rely entirely on volunteers for accessibility testing.
Dieter Rams once said, “Indifference towards people and the reality in which they live is actually the one and only cardinal sin in design”.
Chris LaChance talks about how to design and build accessible components for everyone.
One hot discussion on Twitter these days (especially in the design/tech parts of it) is Twitter itself.
By designing and implementing accessible focus indicators, we can make our products accessible to keyboard users.
A Cognitive perspective on UX Design Principles including a neurodivergent perspective with links to relevant guidance and resources.
Long-Covid manifests in different ways with different people.
Colorblindness affects around 1 in 100 people. So why are so many interfaces still problematic for colorblind users, and how can designers help?
Web animations make some users sick. Companies are designing antidotes.