As digital content accessibility questions arise in Canada in response to AODA, content developers around the globe look to understand best practices and rules to ensure compliance. Here are some easy to understand do’s and don’ts to follow when designing for users with accessibility needs including autism, blindness, low vision, deaf or hard of hearing, mobility and dyslexia
Karwai Pun is an interaction designer currently working on Service Optimisation to make existing and new services better for our users. Karwai is part of an accessibility group at Home Office Digital, leading on autism. Together with the team, she’s created these dos and don’ts posters as a way of approaching accessibility from a design perspective.