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Building a Vision for the Future: Design Strategies for Accessibility

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We may not always think this way but user experience starts the moment a project begins. We start asking questions and researching W5H (who, what, where, when, why, and how). Design is a way of thinking, and as such, we must approach our project with an open mind.

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    Figure 5-1 EVVCC Framework by James Vanié and Regine Gilbert originally presented in the talk “The Future Depends on You: The importance of informed design”

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    Interaction Design Foundation

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    Another Lens

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    Paciello Group Inclusive Design Principles

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    Gov.UK Accessibility blog

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    Design of Everyday Things Don Norman. Basic Books

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Gilbert, R.M. (2019). Building a Vision for the Future: Design Strategies for Accessibility. In: Inclusive Design for a Digital World. Apress, Berkeley, CA.

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