Inclusive Design
In Context & Interactive
Presentation by Sandi Wassmer
Untangle the Web
Google Campus, London, UK
July 29...
"All fine
architectural
values are
human values,
else not
valuable."
Frank Lloyd Wright
Photo via Wikimedia. Creator: Al Ra...
One:
Two:
Three:
Four:
Five:
Six:
Seven:
Eight:
Nine:
Ten:
Equitable
Flexible
Straightforward
Perceptible
Informative
Prev...
Principle one: Equitable
Be welcoming, don't discriminate.
Create different & equally valuable user
experiences.
Aesthetic...
Principle two: Flexible
Provide choice.
Consider users, locations & devices.
Think who, how, why, what, where & when.
Principle three: Straightforward
Be obvious, not ambiguous.
Add value, not complexity.
Good design is as little design as ...
Principle four: Perceptible
Don't assume.
Make sure your design is fit for purpose.
Convey information meaningfully.
Principle five: Informative
Let people know where they are & how
to find what they're looking for.
Be timely, predictable, u...
Principle six: Preventative
Provide easy to follow
instructions & guide gently.
Minimise user input errors.
Design great f...
Principle seven: Tolerant
Handle errors respectfully
& make it crystal clear.
Let people know they've succeeded.
Principle eight: Effortless
Don't make users do any heavy lifting.
Efficiency + Effectiveness = Effortlessness
Principle nine: Accommodating
Be approachable, unobtrusive & uncluttered.
Give people room to manoeuvre.
Be responsive to ...
Principle ten: Consistent
Follow standards, conventions
& best practices.
Be familiar & memorable.
2013 Sandi Wassmer
www.SandiWassmer.co.uk
@SandiWassmer
Photo via Flickr. Creator: Jonathan Youngblood
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Inclusive Design: In Context & Interactive

  1. 1. Inclusive Design In Context & Interactive Presentation by Sandi Wassmer Untangle the Web Google Campus, London, UK July 29, 2013 WELCOME
  2. 2. "All fine architectural values are human values, else not valuable." Frank Lloyd Wright Photo via Wikimedia. Creator: Al Ravenna.
  3. 3. One: Two: Three: Four: Five: Six: Seven: Eight: Nine: Ten: Equitable Flexible Straightforward Perceptible Informative Preventative Tolerant Effortless Accommodating Consistent The Principles of Inclusive Design
  4. 4. Principle one: Equitable Be welcoming, don't discriminate. Create different & equally valuable user experiences. Aesthetics matter.
  5. 5. Principle two: Flexible Provide choice. Consider users, locations & devices. Think who, how, why, what, where & when.
  6. 6. Principle three: Straightforward Be obvious, not ambiguous. Add value, not complexity. Good design is as little design as possible.
  7. 7. Principle four: Perceptible Don't assume. Make sure your design is fit for purpose. Convey information meaningfully.
  8. 8. Principle five: Informative Let people know where they are & how to find what they're looking for. Be timely, predictable, uncomplicated and precise.
  9. 9. Principle six: Preventative Provide easy to follow instructions & guide gently. Minimise user input errors. Design great forms.
  10. 10. Principle seven: Tolerant Handle errors respectfully & make it crystal clear. Let people know they've succeeded.
  11. 11. Principle eight: Effortless Don't make users do any heavy lifting. Efficiency + Effectiveness = Effortlessness
  12. 12. Principle nine: Accommodating Be approachable, unobtrusive & uncluttered. Give people room to manoeuvre. Be responsive to devices of all shapes & sizes.
  13. 13. Principle ten: Consistent Follow standards, conventions & best practices. Be familiar & memorable.
  14. 14. 2013 Sandi Wassmer www.SandiWassmer.co.uk @SandiWassmer Photo via Flickr. Creator: Jonathan Youngblood

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