Behind every great site or application lies thought, empathy and inclusion. This doesn’t happen by accident, it happens by design. How we get there is as unique, original, and diverse as the people who use our products. The Inclusive Design Principles are just one way to help you get there.
The University of Guelph in Ontario holds an accessibility conference each year (this was its ninth), aptly named the Guelph Accessibility Conference. This year the theme was around becoming catalysts for inclusion within their organizations or with other organizations. I had the pleasure of presenting a brand new talk on usability testing. I have embedded […]
For those of you who are not aware, #ID24 (Inclusive Design 24) returns for another 24 hours of live accessibility talks on 9 June starting at midnight UTC/GMT (here is a handy countdown clock). We here at The Paciello Group are really proud of the schedule we’ve put together and we’re looking forward to hosting […]
In Agile, getting the team to self-organize so that they take on the work best suited to their skillset helps to keep work flowing through the team. What happens though when accessibility related work needs to be completed? Who is responsible for taking on work that they might not be familiar with or have the skillset for?