Accessibility and Inclusion

In-depth discussions on how UX testing can remove barriers and help make the online world accessible and inclusive to everyone, no matter what their needs. Our most popular posts include advice on making websites age-friendly, guidance on making inclusive web-forms and the tragic results of bad design.

Age friendly websites

How to make websites age-friendly Improving web accessibility for the over-50s is a case of digiboom or bust

The over-50s are almost a third of the UK population. They are online and they are spending money – £14.45...

How can we improve the UX design of our healthcare systems? [a #uxchat roundup] UX Design and Healthcare [a #uxchat roundup] with Tim Moyer

Last week on #uxchat, we discussed how we can improve the UX design of our healthcare systems. Would you consider...

ux accessibility

How does accessibility fit in with your role or organisation? [a #uxchat roundup] Accessibility and UX [a #uxchat roundup with Elizabeth Chesters]

Last week on #uxchat, we discussed the much loved topic of UX and accessibility. How does accessibility fit in with...

frustrated user

On good form? Consider what you’re asking… Alexander Darlington, User Researcher, on good etiquette when collecting information via forms

Over the course of a few blog posts, I’m going to share my opinions on forms. I’ve worked on a...

Decrepit Room

Jonathan Shariat on the tragic impact of bad UX design A talk with Jonathan Shariat, a Silicon-Valley based director of product & design

Most conversations about the value of user experience (UX) are in relation to what we can get from it: Supercharge...