Reuter: A Web Designer’s Responsibility to Accessibility

“Design is for everyone. However, not everyone can use products the same way. For example, some have vision disabilities, such as color blindness, some have motor skill disabilities, and others are unable to use their hands. So when designing for accessibility, you must ensure that your product is designed in such a way that people with disabilities can use them, and have their specific needs met.”

Our Associate Design Director, Alan Reuter connected with GDUSA Magazine to discuss the importance of accessibility in design, and the responsibility that designers have to ensure products are accessible for everyone. Read the full piece on GDUSA

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