Do you want to easily design accessible interfaces for digital products?
But maybe you’ve been overwhelmed by the amount of information out there about accessibility, or don’t know where to start for just the design side of things?
Well, as a seasoned User Experience (UX) designer, experienced with Accessibility, I’m here to solve these issues for you! (Also, if you need to learn about WCAG 2.1 / 2.2 or your country’s legal requirements this course has you covered! )
One of the big problems UX and Product Designers have is that… if we want to design accessible digital products, we have to dig through a HUGE conglomerate of accessibility guidelines, and they tell us things like:
- For accessibility compliance, “a mechanism is available to allow the purpose of each link to be identified from link text alone, except where the purpose of the link would be ambiguous to users in general.”
- Or “Color is not used as the only visual means of conveying information, indicating an action, prompting a response, or distinguishing a visual element.”
Does that give you clarity on how to specifically design an accessible interface and still look aesthetic? Not so much!
The solution, taught in this course, is a set of 51 essential best practices for designing accessible interfaces. And they are just the aspects of accessibility that apply to a designer’s job, that as a designer you are responsible for and have control over, we won’t get into the code.
This course is based on the latest WCAG 2.1 and latest working 2.2 Guidelines, so you’re getting the freshest information. Whenever new guidelines are released this course is promptly updated. Fresh, fresh, fresh!
(The latest news: “The 2.2 Guidelines were scheduled to officially release in Nov 2020, but are now expected in summer 2021. However, the 2.2 working draft is available now and expected to be adopted without significant change.”)
10 things you will get out of this course:
Whether you design digital products yourself, or you oversee their design, with these best practices added to your repertoire…
- You will have a superior design process that enables you to design more accessible (and user-friendly) interfaces from the start.
- You will be able to identify accessibility violations just by looking at an interface design!
- You will stand out as an impressive, top-tier designer to your boss and clients, since few designers are well-versed in accessible design and accessibility for UX.
- You will be loved by your developers for sending them mockups they don’t have to make accessibility changes to.
- Your team will save time, and your client will save money, because there will be fewer changes that need to be made at the end to meet accessibility compliance.
- Your team and the client will be more safeguarded from lawsuits if and when your team has made a fully accessible digital product (because some groups can be sued for discrimination if their digital products do not meet accessibility and WCAG compliance).
- You will receive an Accessibility certification. It certifies your completion of this training. Post your certification to your LinkedIn, list it on your resume or website, hang it next to your desk, and bask in your well-earned professional bragging rights!
- You will be able to speak about Design Accessibility with confidence.
- You will be prepared for a job that requires knowledge of designing for Accessibility.
- You will be able to add this to your CV (put it under Professional Development as “Accessibility for UX Designers, Udemy,
”). This will help you land a job!
Who this course is for:
- UX Designers, Product Designers, UI Designers
- Aspiring Designers
- UX/Product Team Managers
- Developers who design
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