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Thursday, September 22, 2016

Dos and Don'ts on Designing for Accessibility



When considering and designing accessibility, there are many areas of consideration. Today's post shares six different printable posters from a series created by Gov.org's website, which focus on the areas of: dyslexia, physical and motor disabilities, hearing impairments, vision impairments, autism spectrum and the use of screen or e-readers. Of course, these "dos and don’ts of designing for accessibility" are presented as general guidelines with the consideration of best design practices for making daily life more accessible for those with any of these disabilities.

Click for printable version of the austistic spectrum poster
Click for printable version of the hearing impaired poster
Click for printable version of the dyslexia poster
Click for printable version of the screen/e-reader poster
Click for printable version of the low vision poster
Click for printable version of the physical/motor disabilities poster

The posters can also be found here: 


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