Download this guide to learn:
- The advantages of applying agile accessibility to design
- How accessibility fits into every stage of the design process
- Three steps designers can take to implement agile accessibility
- Strategies for overcoming obstacles to agile accessibility in design
Embrace collaboration, improve accessibility
When digital accessibility is the sole responsibility of development teams, designers are excluded from important conversations about if, and how, users can interact with a digital experience. While developers provide functionality to all users, designers can make these experiences both more usable and more enjoyable. Working in a silo, developers are left sifting through accessibility bugs that designers could have prevented from the start, slowing down the development cycle as a whole. Learn how to escape this status-quo approach, saving valuable time and resources, in our guide to agile accessibility in design.