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A look at Accessible User Experience (AUX), how it fits in, where it begins, and some practical tips for UX practitioners.

A look at Accessible User Experience (AUX), how it fits in, where it begins, and some practical tips for UX practitioners.

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  • A practical guide to Accessible User Experience (AUX) Léonie Watson LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 1
  • WHAT IS AUX? LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 2
  • Accessibility is UX magnified • One person's challenge is another person's barrier LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 3
  • UX is accessibility everywhere • Usability • Creativity • Technology LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 4
  • WHERE DOES AUX HAPPEN? LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 5
  • With the device • Desktop or laptop • Smartphone or tablet • Hybrid LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 6
  • With the OS • Windows, OSX or Linux • iOS, Android or Windows Phone LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 7
  • With the browser • Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer or Safari LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 8
  • With assistive technology • Screen readers • Screen magnifiers • Speech recognition tools • Alternative input devices LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 9
  • With people • We come in many different shapes and sizes, with different capabilities LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 10
  • CREATING AUX LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 11
  • Content order for mouse LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 12
  • Content order for keyboard
  • Content order for both
  • Consistent layout LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 15
  • Consistent behaviour LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 16
  • Helpful links LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 17
  • Clear instructions LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 18
  • Interaction control LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 19
  • HOW IS AUX MEASURED? LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 20
  • Accessibility guidelines • Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 • BBC Mobile Accessibility Guidelines LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 21
  • Accessibility testing • With disabled people from your target audience LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 22
  • WHERE DOES AUX BEGIN? LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 23
  • With technology • Platforms, tools and technologies influence AUX LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 24
  • With attitude • Requirements, management and prioritisation influence AUX LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 25
  • With you • AUX begins with the first step towards the finished product LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 26
  • WHERE WILL AUX BE IN THE FUTURE? LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 27
  • New devices • Wearable tech • Implanted tech • Augmented reality LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 28
  • New interactions • Speech input • Speech output • Content manipulation LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 29
  • THANK YOU LJWatson.co.uk @LeonieWatson 30