A checklist wrote by the British Designer Gari Reid to help designers ensure the product they design comply with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
(I personally keep it into my favorites!)
Dyslexia affects about 1 in 5 people worldwide. I am one of them! I
appreciate the article questions the utility of Dyslexic fonts. And it gathers
general font tips to help to improve the overall quality of your website's
Original Illustration: Harriet Birt
Cards for Humanity is a practical tool to help you design more
How to play? Deal two cards: a person and a trait. Together they make a random user scenario. You can use this scenario to test your concepts, products or from a different perspective.
This is a comprehensive guide for those who need practical tips for designing
digital products more accessible.
Personal note: even if that guide is about starting accessible digital products, I profoundly regret it was designed (and validated!) with so poor contrast-ratios!
Free e-book (pdf format)
Since I'm learning to design for accessibility, I had to undesign a part of the design process taught during my design studies. The six Do and Don't posters on designing for accessibility released by the Home Office Digital have helped my Undesig Process.
Stark now offers a new feature in its plug-in for Sketch and Figma that
stimulates blur vision - astigmatism, presbyopia, dry eye syndrome, cataracts,
glaucoma and age-relation macular degeneration.
This option is available in the pro version of the plug-in for $60/yr.
Five elements any designers should be focusing on for a color-friendly design.