Accessibility in user experience design is vast, but it generally means making your product accessible to any and all of your users. There are a few guidelines that help UX designers meet the WCAG 2.0 (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines). 1. Add Enough Color Contrast Some people have low vision, and those people could have trouble… Read more
Information architecture (IA) is the science of organizing and structuring content of websites, applications, etc. It is pretty much the practice of how the UX design is arranged for it to be understandable and easily navigable by users. Jared Spool, a well-known user interface engineer, said, “Good design, when it’s done well, becomes invisible. It’s… Read more
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