People with dyslexia have trouble matching the letters they see on the page with the sounds those letters and combinations of letters make. And when they have trouble with that step, all the other steps are harder.
Therefore, people with dyslexia typically have trouble reading fluently and often read slowly and make mistakes. This can have an impact on how well they comprehend what they read.
According to the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI): "Cognitive and learning disabilities impact how people process information. For example, they can affect people’s perception, memory, language, attention, problem-solving, and comprehension."
In digital accessibility, dyslexia is often overlooked as the focus tends to be on vision- and hearing-related disabilities. However, learning disorders can also affect online experiences and certainly deserve consideration. We’ve put together a list of what to be aware of when designing for users with dyslexia.
We have created an infographic to help illustrate what to be aware of when designing and developing for people with dyslexia: Designing for users with dyslexia
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.
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