Accessible Design


And what is Accessible Design?

Accessible design refers to the process of designing digital products, services, and experiences that are accessible and usable by people with disabilities. The goal of accessible design is to ensure that everyone, regardless of their abilities or disabilities, can access and use digital products with ease and without discrimination.

Accessible design involves considering the needs of people with various disabilities, including visual, hearing, physical, and cognitive impairments. Designers must ensure that their products comply with accessibility guidelines, such as the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), to provide equal access and opportunity to all users.

Accessible design often involves implementing features such as:

By implementing accessible design, companies and organisations can create products that are more inclusive and accessible, improve the user experience for all users, and comply with accessibility laws and regulations.