Here is the last of the 6 posters which are focused on Accessibility.
Today’s poster is:
Designing for users with dyslexia
- use images and diagrams to support text
- align text to the left and keep a consistent layout
- consider producing materials in other formats (for example, audio and video)
- keep content short, clear and simple
- let users change the contrast between background and text
- use large blocks of heavy text
- underline words, use italics or write capitals
- force users to remember things from previous pages – give reminders and prompts
- rely on accurate spelling – use autocorrect or provide suggestions
- put too much information in one place
The posters being shared are created by Karwai Pun and are from accessibility.blog.gov.uk. There are currently six posters in the series and are general guidelines when it comes to the “do’s and don’ts” of accessibility.
Have a great weekend!!