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That being said, I always feel it’s good to go over the range of disabilities that people have.
It’s far beyond blindness or color blindness, which seem to get the most attention when the word “accessibility” comes up.
And yours truly returns for my second stint as a panel moderator!
Check out the details – October 17 meetup: Breaking into UX Tags: irish pub, milwaukee, mkeux, user experience, ux I’m woefully late posting about the presentation I did for mke UX back on February 9th.
You may view my presentation on Slide Share: Hello all, It’s been a long time since my last post.
I also talked about ways to incorporate accessibility into user experience methods, including personas/archetypes and usability testing.
In short, it was a great time, and a great dialogue.
It was a lot of fun, and there was a great turnout. I took a similar approach to another presentation I’ve done, and started by dispelling some myths about accessibility and disabilities.Accessibility really shouldn’t perpetuate “us versus them” with able-bodied and disabled people – it should be about making sure experiences are usable and enjoyable for ALL of your users, regardless of disability, hardware or environmental restrictions.