Usability and accessibility » Accessibility statements
The accessibility statement is an important part of a website, to give guidance, signal commitment and under certain circumstances even a legal requirement.
The accessibility statement actually is where inclusive design meets usability meets legal design:
How to design a good accessibility statement?
A good accessibility statement is an artefact of user-centered design – easy to find, easy to comprehend, and putting user needs (not legal or organisational considerations) first.
I'm Sebastian, Sociologist and Interaction Designer aiming to bring together social science and design for inclusive, privacy-focused, and sustainable "human-first" digital strategies. This is my "digital garden" with carefully curated resources. For a more stream-like outlet, see my journal.
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