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7 guidelines for writing accessible microcopy



Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Kinneret Yifrah This post was written with Rotem Binheim, UX designer and AUX expert.It was originaly published on Invision Blog. Anyone writing microcopy knows there’s a thin line between providing a good, effective experience and evoking frustration — and the difference can be just one word or a quick hint exactly where it’s needed. This is doubly true in the case of accessible microcopy and people who are unable to see the screen. The good news is there are 7 simple guidelines we need
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