A website should be user-friendly for everyone, including those with poor vision, dyslexia, autism or physical disabilities. UK-based interaction designer Karwai Pun has created a set of six infographics that highlight the dos and don’ts of designing for accessibility.
The ‘dos’ include essential UI/UX design principles like using legible font sizes, contrasting colors, descriptive buttons, bullet points instead of walls of text, etc. Check out the infographics below for more.
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