I’ve relaunched my blog with a focus on accessible and inclusive design.
Over the past two years our team has built a design system for Lloyds Banking Group. It’s been an interesting journey; taking a product from small beginnings through to a multi-brand design system with an engaged community.
This is the intro post in a series about my experience of designing accessible web components, then scaling their impact through a design system.
This post focuses on WCAG guideline 1.0: making the components in your design system perceivable. Perceivable means presenting information in a way that people can recognise your content, understand it and consume it in a way that suits them.
An accessibility checklist of WCAG criteria I’m working on to help ensure the products I design can be used by as many people as possible.
How Do I is a clever platform that helps people with learning disabilities by linking video content to objects in homes and workplaces. We met at the London Accessibility meetup and I did an interview for their blog.
I spoke to Design Club about my experience running an after-school design thinking session at a London secondary school.