On Designing for Accessibility and Usability During a Pandemicby@juliahintz
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On Designing for Accessibility and Usability During a Pandemic

by Julia Hintz5mApril 8th, 2021
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Accessibility has become a key trend driven by the needs of consumers who are spending more time on their mobile devices. For users with visual disabilities and older users with age-related sight issues, UX designers have increased attention to a wide variety of visual aspects for the websites and apps they create. The biggest challenge that UX designers are facing today is getting real, valuable feedback from users. The social restrictions of the pandemic have made the job of website and app developers—and user experience (UX) designers—more difficult.

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Julia Hintz is the lead designer for the technology company Xayn (xayn.com). She has a degree in Media Design.

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