UX and accessibility
To ensure the usefulness of your website or e-service, users must understand how to interact with it. How users experience your interface may vary, but it is equally important for everyone, regardless of ability. There is a danger between distinguishing ux from accessibility, since both are equally important for the user. There is no point in a technically accessible website, if the user experience is bad. In contrast, it’s very ineffiecent to create great user experiences that doesn’t work for people.
Funka’s training in how ux and accessibility are connected uses clear examples on how you can achieve design for all. We will take you through the most important aspects from a user perspective and will find examples from your every day operations.
The training is for anyone who works with interfaces; concept designers, graphics designers, interaction designers, service designers, usability experts or ux people.
Things we’ll touch upon during the training:
- Rules, guidelines and standards – how they are used and what’s what
- The flexibility, responsivity and accessibility of the interface
- Navigation, menus and logic
- Look and feel’ of text
- Understandable functionality