A Dutch version of the Inclusive Design Principles

Published on by Hidde de Vries in elsewhere .

I love the Inclusive Design Principles and often refer to them in discussions about accessibility. I also like language, so I thought why not translate them into Dutch?

The Inclusive Design Principles are written by the good people of The Paciello Group. They give guidance on how to make your websites and apps work for more people and make user-centered choices. The document urges makers of websites to think about context, consistency, choice and control, and emphasises that our products should add value, offer the same to all users and make primary content and tasks the first thing on a page.

If you would like to read or share them in Dutch, you now can, as Principes voor Inclusive Design is now live.

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Large Heydon Collider replied: Thankk you for this, Hidde.
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