ARTICLE SUMMERY: Mads Soegaard states “A design is only useful if it’s accessible to the user: any user, anywhere, anytime.” The problem is Accessibility is often confused with usability.

In his article “ACCESSIBILITY: USABILITY FOR ALL” he clarifies for us what each one is and how to design with that in mind. Mads Soegaard covers helpful ideas for user needs such as,

  • Visual
  • Motor/Mobility
  • Seizures

Mads Soegaard also gives you a number of ways you can plan for the accessibility of a website.

As accessibility and usability for all becomes more prominent in design as a whole, this article will help you design a website that will help enhance and expand your clients exposure in their particular market.

Let us know what you think in the comments.