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Entries tagged with: user experience
Website accessibility is essential to make sure that your customers and website visitors are able to view and use your website. Below are some pointers for making sure your site is accessible to all, be it those with disabilities, injuries, poor eyesight or unsupported web browsers.
Don't forget that accessibility is not just ensuring a compliant site for disabled readers, but accessibility is about designing for everyone.
UX or User Experience Design is the process of designing with a user-orientated perspective, it encompasses many concepts including accessibility, usability and even system performance, or server speed. Web designers should always have this at forefront of any decisions affecting the wants and needs of the visitor.
- “Was GDPR the armageddon everyone thought it would be? Wired & 'The truth behind the dumbest GDPR myths, one year l… https://t.co/4YOFANlQD7 ”
13th June 2019
- “Design Patterns for Mental Health: https://t.co/uRH4JMFYvW
The first articles are great, looking forward to seeing the rest. #UX #webdesign ”
12th June 2019
- ““Embarrassing bag designs aim to cut plastic use”: https://t.co/VBpWqz1BLj
This is pretty great! Shame they look a… https://t.co/4qHNmEchLr ”
11th June 2019
- Even when its grey, its beautiful in Aldermaston.
- From my head tomatoes. Sorry just had to BTF2019
- Thank you so much britishtomatoes FridgesDoNoFavours FridgesDoFlavoursNoFavours seriously, keep them out of the fridge It will mean they get eaten quicker because you cant resist one every time you walk past