A Designer’s Guide to Documenting Accessibility User Interactions – by Stéphanie Walter

This is a guide for designers on documenting accessibility and user interactions to help build more inclusive products. It discusses why accessibility should be considered from the start of a project rather than as an afterthought.

It then outlines specific areas designers can impact, including documenting:

– Visual design aspects like color usage, contrast ratios, and creating accessible color palettes

– Interactions like link and button design, states, and sizes

– Form design to help users easily fill them out

– Wayfinding and navigation

It provides concrete examples and best practices for each area. The goal is to help designers include accessibility in their documentation so development teams can properly implement requirements.