Thank you to Caleb Tang, Kath Moonan, Veronika Jermolina for inviting me to speak at their Mobile Inclusive Design event in London last night, held by the Usability Experience Professional’s Association. It was a lovely crowd and good to see some old faces.
In the presentation I looked at where the love was between UX and accessibility, discussed how accessibility originates with design not development, and how it fixes the usability problems you never knew you had. Slides are below together with a list of links to resources referenced in the talk.
More presentations on mobile accessibility available on Slideshare.
- Mobile accessibility guidelines
- Luke Wroblewski’s book Mobile First
- Saale and orientation by Jeremy Keith
- Content order and touch screens
- Mobile input types by Jack Holmes (thanks for pointing this excellent resource out!)
- Usable landmarks across devices
- Talk is cheap – screen reader testing on mobile
- Mobile accessibility – a more in depth talk I gave at CSUN 2012