Accessibility Design is an important part of User Interface Design.
In human centred design, you need to design for the extreme user types, not just the everyday user.
It is the practice of designing user interfaces that are accessible to all users, regardless of their physical or cognitive abilities.
Accessibility Design is important for creating a more inclusive and equitable user experience.
It is especially important for people with disabilities, who may not be able to use a standard user interface.
Let’s look at an example of Accessibility Design in action.
Imagine you are designing a website for a restaurant.
You want to make sure that people with disabilities can easily use the website to make reservations.
You might design the website with larger buttons, so that people with visual impairments can easily find them.
You might also make sure that the website is compatible with screen readers, so that people with hearing impairments can use the website.
Finally, you might provide a phone number or email address for people with disabilities to contact if they need help using the website.