Design and development decisions can directly impact how people with anxiety and/or panic disorders experience your content.
We’ve all bungled up entering credit card details into a form while a ticking timer counts down the time remaining to complete a transaction. The web is full of these tactics, some are designed to convert you, and gain contact details, while others aim to keep you on the site. Some may find this irritating, but this can be debilitating for people with anxiety or panic disorders.
This is a growing field and for a full breakdown of requirements, we encourage you to read the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
Essentially, making a website, or software more accessible to those with anxiety or panic disorders, makes your digital spaces more accessible to all, and you’ll reach more people. We’ve put together a list of what to be aware of when designing for users with panic disorders or anxiety.
If you are keen to reach more people by making your digital assets more accessible, Contact Us today and we can help you make this happen.
At Kiandra, we recognise and acknowledge the pivotal role of performance testing in achieving this fine balance. In this blog, we will unravel what performance testing truly means at Kiandra and why it's a cornerstone of our development philosophy.
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