An intro to designing accessible data visualizations by Sarah L. Fossheim

Fossheim outlines 10 key principles for accessible data visualization design. Some of the main points covered include not relying solely on color to convey information, using clear labels and legends, translating data into plain language, and focusing on accessibility during design and testing.

Real-world examples from apps like Google Maps and Clue are provided to illustrate these principles. Additional tips are given around responsiveness, interactions, and involving users with disabilities in testing.