Every month in Ask UXmatters (one of the leading resources of User Experience Professionals), a panel of UX experts answers their readers’ questions about a variety of user experience matters. This month I took part of this panel, and helped answer questions regarding Responsive Web Design and Accessibility.
“Creating Web sites that work with different devices is, in my opinion, a good start for accessibility,” answers Itamar, “But there is still long way to go—especially when it comes to providing support to people with special needs or disabilities—for example, people who need hearing aids or have color-deficient vision.”
Then I shared my opinion about how should we go from coding best practices to design best practices.
I’ve had great company of Adrian Howard, Jordan Julien, Whitney Quesenbery and Baruch Sachs on this panel, so check it out at Responsive Web Design and Accessibility :: UXmatters.
- Watch Nate Archer’s “Beyond Responsive” talk at Interaction’13 | IxDA Conference
- Internet in Brazil: nearly 80 million Internet users, says survey
- Watch Dan Ariely’s “What makes us feel good about our work?” talk at TED
- Listen to Chris Baum’s “Leaping Into Indie UX” Talk from Boxes and Arrows
- Watch Esther Duflo’ “Social experiments to fight poverty” talk at TED