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16 May 2020
An intro to designing accessible data visualizations

Accessibility should always be a focus when designing products, and the same goes when working with data visualizations and graphs.


15 May 2020
Accessible Images For When They Matter Most

Creating accessible images seems like a simple topic at first glance — you just need to add alt text to an image, right? But the topic is much more nuanced t...


07 Dec 2019
Accessibility Tips for Web Developers

There are at least six key areas of disability we can optimize for: visual, hearing, mobility, cognition, speech and neural.


27 Nov 2019
Accessibility drives aesthetics

Paying homage to OXO, Eames, GOV.UK, and more.


15 Nov 2019
The Aesthetic-Accessibility Paradox

Every interface has a subset of users that make up the majority and minority.

#Visual Design #Accessibility

10 Sep 2019
Button Contrast Checker

Test all the buttons and links on your webpage with just one click. Check if you have are compliant with WCAG 2.1 contrast guidelines.

#Buttons #Accessibility

21 Aug 2019
Update on accessibility improvements we’re making to Chorus

We’ve been working to ensure our websites are more usable for everyone, regardless of which browsers, devices, and assistive technologies they rely on. To re...

#Design Systems #Accessibility

24 May 2019
Accessible Icon Buttons

An icon button is an icon that triggers some sort of action on the page. More accurately, technically speaking, an icon button is a button that contains an i...


09 Nov 2018
Designing for Cognitive Differences

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09 Nov 2018
A guide to color accessibility in product design

There’s a lot of talk about accessible design, but have you ever thought about color accessibility?


06 Nov 2018
Making the world a better place for the colorblind

We are Colorblind is dedicated to the more than 300 million people who are color blind


18 Oct 2018
Universal Design: Design for everyone

Principles of Universal Design in daily life products.


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