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UX Designer

Designing accessibly means taking into account a lot of different aspects of design and thinking about how each of them affects our users. We must consider each of the types of disabilities that our users experience, as well as the information architecture, visual design, and interaction design of our work.

When we design for the web, we design for all of our users.

Topic Guides


Page layout and Navigation

Icons and imagery

Audio and video

Error messaging patterns

Documenting accessibility

This is one of those topics where everyone seems to have their own solution, probably because how you document, what you document, and who’s involved varies widely from one location to the next. Here are some resources:

Additional Resources