I've compiled a few resources I wanted to share on the subject of accessibility. Here's a blog post by PopArt Studio
, Inclusive Design: Making Websites Accessible to Everyone
on principles that designers should keep in mind when creating accessible web UIs. Also a great resource for an overview on the topic is the W3C page on Accessibility, Usability, and Inclusion
. And this article, We're Just Temporarily Abled
, which includes a list (toward the bottom of the post) of tools for testing sites for accessibility, though there's no substitute for direct user testing!
What's your experience with accessibility, either as a designer or user or both? What tools and techniques do you use to test prototypes for accessibility?