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Fixing Bad UX Designs by Lisandra Maioli

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Summary

In this chapter, we discussed accessibility in detail, its importance, as well as how to consider people with any kind of disability as part of your target groups. You saw how to evaluate and analyze apps and websites to find if they follow the W3C standards for accessibility and how to fix UX issues related to it.

You also saw a few cases, not only from the digital and online universe, but also examples from the physical world, and we saw that accessibility is an important topic for not only designers, but for everyone who creates products and services for real people in the real world.

Now you are ready to implement accessibility into all your projects!

In Chapter 7Improving the Physical Experiences, we will see how to improve ...

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