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UX of People with Disabilities: Advancing Accessibility in Social Media

UX of People with Disabilities: Advancing Accessibility in Social Media | UXploration | Scoop.it
The power and promise of social media is still out of reach for some people with disabilities who do not have the same ease-of-use and benefits as non-disabled users.
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Keyboard-Only Navigation for Improved Accessibility

Keyboard-Only Navigation for Improved Accessibility | UXploration | Scoop.it
For users who can’t use a mouse make interactive and navigation elements easily accessible by tabbing and display a keyboard-focus indicator.
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Shades of Discoverability

Shades of Discoverability | UXploration | Scoop.it
Many modern digital products enable complex, emergent behavior, not just pure task completion. We’re building habitats, not just tools; yet we often think of discoverability only in terms of task execution.
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Responsive Web Design and Accessibility :: UXmatters

Responsive Web Design and Accessibility :: UXmatters | UXploration | Scoop.it

Both responsive Web design and accessibility are ways of making a site flexible.

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Accessibility is part of UX (it isn’t a swear word) – Humanising Technology Blog

Accessibility is part of UX (it isn’t a swear word) – Humanising Technology Blog | UXploration | Scoop.it

 Accessibility is a journey and that journey starts as soon as a UX practitioner first considers how a web page might be used, what it might contain, and how it might be presented.

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Angela C. Dowd's comment, February 25, 2013 12:13 PM
If we design with accessibility in mind it will benefit all learners...those who use adaptive technology, those who learn differently, and also our aging population whose abilities are changing.
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Video Usability

Video Usability | UXploration | Scoop.it
Video content is helpful only if users have control over it, understand what’s contained within it, and have an alternate way to access it.
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Universal Design, Accessibility, and the Typing Experience

The term "universal design" describe the concept of designing products to be aesthetic and usable to the greatest extent possible by everyone, regardless of the
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A Web for Everyone: Accessibility as a design problem.

Let's get past the idea that checklists and compliance all there is to accessibility. Designing for accessibility is a user experience design problem, starting
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How to Measure Findability: Measuring Usability

How to Measure Findability: Measuring Usability | UXploration | Scoop.it

As with measuring the user experience in general, measuring findability in particular involves multiple metrics and multiple methods to show a quantifiable better navigation. 

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Designing for Everyone | UX Magazine

Designing for Everyone | UX Magazine | UXploration | Scoop.it
At its core, accessible design is transformative, flexible, intuitive and customizable, making lives better and tasks easier—core design principles, no matter the audience. While it’s not always easy to understand what accessibility means, there are simple steps that designers can take to start thinking with accessibility in mind.
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A simple introduction to web accessibility | Feature | .net magazine

A simple introduction to web accessibility | Feature | .net magazine | UXploration | Scoop.it
Accessibility can often seem daunting and complex but in fact there are only four types of disability you need to be aware of.
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