Myths and Realities of Designing for Accessibility

Designing for accessibility has a bit of a negative reputation. It’s not that designers think accessibility is a bad thing—everyone wants their site to be accessible by the most people possible. It’s that accessibility is often seen as a chore, or as something to check off of a list. It becomes an afterthought that’s implemented at the development stage. Instead, designing for accessibility should be a point of focus from the beginning of any digital project. Here at Think Brownstone we are working to make accessibility a top priority. We recently ran an internal project to bring more focus to … Continue reading Myths and Realities of Designing for Accessibility