We’ve been working on an autocomplete/location picker for use across government. We had it tested for accessibility, and we found a couple of major issues and the team learned a lot from the experience. Here’s what we did and what we found out.
Senior interaction designer @GDSteam. Former design lead for UK passport renewal service and gov.uk/performance
I’m Ed, a designer at GDS. Last year we did some usability research with users with a range of visual impairments. We found out lots of interesting things, and one in particular was about the way blind users of touchscreen devices …
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