• Accessibility

    Conducting Accessibility Research In An Inaccessible Ecosystem

    Conducting Accessibility Research In An Inaccessible Ecosystem Conducting Accessibility Research In An Inaccessible Ecosystem Michele Williams 2024-04-25T12:00:00+00:00 2024-05-01T16:05:07+00:00 Ensuring technology is accessible and inclusive relies heavily on receiving feedback directly from disabled users. You cannot rely solely on checklists, guidelines, and good-faith guesses to get things right. This is often hindered, however, by a lack of accessible prototypes available to use during testing. Rather than wait for the digital landscape to change, researchers should leverage all the available tools they can use to create and replicate the testing environments they need to get this important research completed. Without it, we will continue to have a primarily inaccessible and not inclusive…