The concept of accessibility is defined by whether a product or service can be used by everyone. A good designer always has accessibility in mind so that people with disabilities, cultural differences or even language barriers can easily use your product with ease. It can be tricky task but we have just the right tips to make accessibility simple.
Use Stark as your accessibility tool
Stark is an integrated suite of tools to make software products more accessible and compliant. It’s the trusted go-to accessibility tool for major software companies like Microsoft and Instagram. Stark can be integrated with design programs like Figma, Sketch, Adobe XD and Google Chrome so you can always have accessibility in mind and comply with world industry standards.
Coursera Course for accessibility and inclusive design
Take this Coursera course by the University of Illinois to get an introduction to accessibility and inclusive design, instructed by Marc Thompson, the assistant director for teaching and learning experiences. In this course you will get an opportunity to explore accessibility for disabilities and what kind of assistive technology can be applied, the major principles that guide universal design and many more.
Practice with Webflow’s accessibility checklist
Use Webflow’s accessibility checklist to make sure that your design meets the WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines)