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Designing for accessibility

Tessa Palfreyman

Designing for accessibility

an introductory guide

by Tessa Palfreyman

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Published by Centre for Accessible Environments, Guide Dogs for the Blind Association in London .
Written in English


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Cover title.

Statementby Tessa Palfreyman ; illustrated by Stephen Thorpe.
ContributionsThorpe, Stephen., Centre for Accessible Environments., Guide Dogs for the Blind Association.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17188511M

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Gilbert, Regine M. Inclusive Design for a Digital World: Designing with Accessibility in Mind (Design Thinking), Apress, Hamraie, Aimi. Building Access: Universal Design and the Politics of Disability, University Of Minnesota Press, Hassell, Jonathan. Smashing Book 6: New Frontiers In Web Design. It’s about time to finally make sense of all the front-end and UX madness. Meet our new book with everything from design systems to accessible single-page apps, CSS Custom Properties, CSS Grid, Service Workers, performance patterns, AR/VR, conversational UIs and responsive art direction.. Finding your way through .


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