Accessible and Inclusive Design Patterns
When we contemplate accessibility, our minds often gravitate toward familiar considerations—such as color contrast, legible font sizes, and mobile tap targets. However, inclusive design transcends these apparent essentials, aspiring to craft accessible and inclusive experiences for all. Navigating the intricacies of inclusive design poses challenges, and it is crucial to discern and implement the right design choices early on to avert potential issues down the line.
How would you design for young children and older adults? What about users with dyslexia, color blindness or autism? How about left-handed users? And what do we need to keep in mind when designing mental health applications or LGBTQI-friendly forms?
In this practical Master Class webinar, Vitaly Friedman will take a deep dive into design guidelines, numerous real-life examples, best practices, and guidelines for truly inclusive, universal and accessible design.
- How to design for children and older adults.
- How to consider neurodiversity and autism.
- How to design for people with dyslexia or dyscalculia.
- How to design with left-handed users in mind.
- Design patterns for inclusive forms.
Join this webinar to add new practical techniques to your design toolbox that you can apply to any project.
Even if you can't attend live, register to gain access to a recording that you can watch at any time after the broadcast.
04:00 PM (UTC +00:00)