Tag: #inclusive design
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Comparable Experiences: The Starting Point for Inclusive Design
A post about inclusive design and accessibility, adapted from a conference delivered on May 18 in Porto Alegre, in the UX Conf Brazil 2018.
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Should I Stay or Should I Go? External links, Accessibility and New Tabs
'Opening links on new windows can be disorienting for some folks, if they are not warned in advance. That's why it's recommended to limit its usage. Providing a warning allows the user to decide if they want to leave the current window, and if so, help them find their way back. In this post, we'll discuss about the downsides of new tab links, and explore a few techniques to add an indicator to them, should you need to use them.'