According to the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI): “accessibility requirements for people with low vision, describes what people with low vision need for electronic content, tools, and technologies to be accessible. It includes an overview of low vision and describes specific user needs.”
Web experiences are inherently visual and the internet is full of sites, tools, and apps that are practically unusable for people with visual impairments. For example, it’s not uncommon to see websites that use combinations of background and foreground colours that make pages virtually unreadable for colour blind users. Despite all this, people with visual impairments use the web every day to surf, read and write emails, and do anything else anyone can conceivably do on the internet. Designing for the visually impaired will make it easier for everyone.
We have created an infographic to help illustrate what to be aware of when designing and developing for people that blind, have low-vision or are colour blind: Designing for blind, low vision or colour blind. 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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