We’re making visual design accessibility more accessible to designers

67% OF ACCESSIBILITY DEFECTS ORIGINATE IN DESIGN.

Higher awareness and thoughts about accessibility mean more equity in the world. That is the first and only library dedicated to visual design accessibility.

It’s not about a person's abilities or impairments, it’s about the design. That is, bad design is disabeling.

Disability is caused by a mismatch between the design and the person.

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Topic: COLOR CONTRAST CHECKER

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Adobe Color Contrast Analyzer

Make your accessibility color palettes and save them on your adobe cloud

Whocanuse.com

It's a tool that brings attention and understanding to how color contrast can affect different…

Color safe

Beautiful and accessible color palettes based on WCAG Guidelines of text and background contrast ratios
Topic: ACCESSIBILITY BOOKS AND ARTICLES

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Giving a damn about accessibility

A candid and practical handbook for designers. By Sheri Byrne-Haber, CPACC.

How accessibility bluelines shaped Adobe Fresco

Designing the details for a more inclusive application

The “Dark Yellow Problem” in Design System Color Palettes

How balance “yellow being yellow” and meeting the accessibility requirements

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Topic: ACCESSIBILITY RESOURCES

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IBM Accessibility Design Kit

IBM provides a free design kit for accessibility which offers checklists, bite-sized guidance, and handoff…

Colorblind Accessibility Manifesto

The 10 rules to start digging into the colorblind accessibility topic
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Increasing equity in the world

Working for accessibility means advocating for accessibility, which leads to a more fair and equitable world.
As designers can help describe and create a more inclusive world. Foreveryone.design focus on visual design accessibility. We're creating a place where designers can easily find all resources to do their best to help build a better and non-discriminatory future for all.

Mantra: We don't have to be perfect to make an impact
Topic: TALK ABOUT ACCESSIBILITY

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Designing for Accessibility: Top 3 Strategies for UX Designers

Practical examples of how to improve color contrast, color independence, wording interactive elements

Annotating designs for Accessibility

How to add accessibility annotations in components, patterns and complete wireframes using popular design tools

Angel Dixon: How Attitude Informs Design

How our attitudes affect our design with a focus on designing for people with disability