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Mocking Up Accessible Designs

In between learning about accessibility and creating an accessible site with the help of tools like automatic scanners and assistive technology, there is the often-overlooked “design phase” wherein accessibility truly begins. I’d like to discuss methods, tips, and tricks for keeping accessibility in mind when you’re designing a website from the ground up and don’t have access to all of the tools you would when developing a live website. This will include things to consider before you even open up a design program like menu structure, design trends, fonts, and preparing for a cohesive flow of content. Accessibility is beautiful, and I’ll help you learn how to show that to your clients through your designs without relying on potentially unreliable third-party imaging tools.