We strive to design inclusively by continually learning about our own biases and by building with diversely-minded people to provide engagement and accessibility.
Making our products inclusive to all users doesn’t stop at compliance. We design for the way people experience our products. To do so, we must set aside personal bias and design with empathy and for diversity of all people, including (but not limited to) gender, race, abilities, and situational needs. We intentionally seek out points of exclusion to provide an equal experience that puts people first.
- Create accessible designs from conception by using the Figma A11y Annotation kit [instructions] - from Medium
- Learn about Including People with Disabilities in Design [slides] from The Paciello Group