Accessibility Maze

Accessibility Maze

This is a great resource for learning some basic accessibility principles.

„For people who do not experience barriers, it can be difficult to empathize with the challenges that people with disabilities often face when navigating the Web. The Accessibility Maze was created to help those new to web accessibility experience firsthand what it is like to encounter those barriers. The game introduces a number of common barriers players must work around, mirroring the experience of those who encounter these obstacles daily, and provides quick lessons on how to avoid or correct them.“

https://de.ryerson.ca/wa/maze.html

– via a11yweekly

Can’t unsee

I stumbled upon this little spot-the-difference design game via twitter. First I was a bit sceptical because I feared it will focus on design „trendy“ stuff (it actually isn’t) , but then I thought it’s actually a great little tool to train the eye for small design details (sometimes I had a hard time to spot any difference at all) and also it might be a nice game for students to sharpen / reflect visual design knowledge on dealing with color, contrast, consistency and many other things.

At the end, It’s just a game not more not less – so do not take it too seriously.

https://cantunsee.space/

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