Responsibility to Accessibility

Interaction Designers have a responsibility to make their work accessible and available to everyone. From a business perspective,  products that serve the greatest number of people reach wider adoption and are optimized for success compared to those that only serve a few. Following accessibility guidelines, for example,  ensures that users with visual impairments, hearing impairments,  and cognitive limitations are not excluded from using products due to their disabilities. In-depth research by designers and feedback from users with different abilities are crucial in identifying potential barriers to designs. Good design serves everyone.