7 Things Every Designer Needs to Know about Accessibility

  1. Accessibility is not a barrier to innovation.
  1. Don’t use color as the only visual means of conveying information.
  2. Ensure sufficient contrast between text and its background.
  3. Provide visual focus indication for keyboard focus.
  4. Be careful with forms.
  5. Avoid component identity crises.
  6. Don’t make people hover to find things. Jesse Hausler, Medium

La plupart de ces principes peuvent être appliqués en dehors de toute considération accessible, pour tout projet inclusif.

Mise à jour : une traduction, en français, de cet article sur Medium France.