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Welcome to the latest version of UIE’s All You Can Learn Library. We’ve made changes based on a bunch of great feedback over the years. Bang around a bit, try to break it, learn a little UX, and then tell us what you think.

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Topic: Accessibility

Accessibility isn’t a requirement only faced by public-sector organizations. See how to build accessible websites and applications, bake it into your existing process, test it consistently, and ensure that every user can access your content. Your users will thank you for it.

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Whitney Quesenbery

Getting from Barrier-free to Delightful

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Whitney Quesenbery

Why can’t we make it easier to be accessible?

Why can’t we aim for great user experiences that are also accessible? Creating accessible technology has to go beyond minimal compliance with standards that meets the law but may not be usable.

We need a bigger goal: creating delight for everyone. We’ll start by exploring what makes a delightful experience and how a good balance small pleasures and anticipated needs supports accessible UX in both big and small ways. Like any UX, this concern for users has to be part of every design decision.