How To Design for Accessibility: for UX Designers (WCAG 2.2) - Udemy course 100% OFF

Accessibility & Usability Best Practices for UX & UI Designers (User Experience Design + WCAG 2.2, Section 508, ADA)

In this course you will learn:

How to specifically design for accessibility (the essentials for designers - UX, UI, and Product)

The top 51 best practices and strategies for designing for accessibility (plus usability & SEO)

Accessible color contrast & color independence

Accessible wording - Verb or noun, short or medium labels, are "read more" links bad, and more

Accessible styling - Border radius, capitalization, fill & color, shadow & elevation, competition, proximity

Designing accessible error messages, menu items, links, progress trackers

Designing accessible charts, graphs, and other data visualizations

Designing amazing signifiers (aka perceived affordances) for accessibility

Accessible interaction states and the 10 states to design (focus, hover, etc)

How to combine accessibility tactics

Accessibility mistakes to avoid

Accessibility Fundamentals - The who, what, when, where, and why of accessibility

Section 508, ADA, and WCAG 2.1 and 2.2

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