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- Oct 24, 2019
I'd like to start a thread about daily frustrations regarding accessibility.
Just like everyone else, I use designs thousands of times a day without even realizing it, and some feel more accessible than others. When a designer makes an accessibility mistake, or produces something that can be difficult to use / understand / read / etc, they're giving a bad name to all designers.
I believe that one of the great things about design, is that is makes complicated things simple, hard to access things accessible. And yet that belief isn't always shared with everyone.
But as always with such things, some of it is subjective. That's why I think it'd be interesting to start discussing on this topic.
Please share infuriating examples of designs you've encountered in your everyday life where bad design choices prevented the proper use of a product.