Are you thinking about inclusive design?
It is a user-centered design process in which a product, service, or environment is optimized for a specific user with specific needs. Usually that this user has specific needs that are sometimes overseen with other design processes such as visually or hearing impaired users.
Ask yourself these questions.
- When building a product are the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines being reviewed?
- Do you include participants with visual or cognitive challenges in your design process?
- Have you created personas that highlight visual or audio challenges?
All these practices will enable users to a productive and pleasant experience. The best way to improve the user experience is to step into the user's shoes. In this video, discover Braille and how Ginney Owens uses it in her everyday life.