Stefano Minoia: Towards universal design through accessibility, usability and inclusion

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Published

June 21, 2020

Every website should ideally be built so that whoever visits it, for whichever possible reason, is able to navigate through it: we can describe this idea as Universal Design.
Obviously, in practice, it’s impossible to build the perfect website for everyone, but, if we want to take steps towards this ideal, three concepts can guide our choices: accessibility, usability and inclusion. In this talk, Stefano will explore these concepts, discussing what they are, what makes them different from one another (despite their overlappings) and how we can use them together to build the best possible experience for most of our users.

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Event

WordCamp Europe 2020 37

Speakers

Stefano Minoia 3

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Accessibility 214
design 321
Inclusion 6
Usability 36

Language

English 9045

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