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Inclusive Web Designing for More Accessible Website

When a person or business is making website, the first objective is to reach as many people as possible. Keeping this aspect in mind, this article is written. It will help website creators and owners in making sites that are not only inclusive but also accessible. Every web designing company in India must be aware of inclusive and accessible design.

What do you mean by Inclusive Design? How can it make your site more accessible?

 
When the two terms “inclusive design” and “accessibility” are used, it must be understood that they are not the same thing.

If Microsoft’s definition is considered, “inclusive design” means that it is a special kind of methodology which enables as well as draws complete human diversity range. The most important aspect is that it includes the learning process from people, who have wide array pf perspectives.

If the accessibility aspect is considered, Inclusive Toolkit Manual of Microsoft gives a clear idea:

#1 It is an experience according to which the qualities remain open to all.

#2 It is basically a professional discipline which helps in achieving the first point, written above.

If we have to distinguish between these two, we can say that “inclusive design” is a method but accessibility is an attribute. Only when both the aspects are done properly that your users will experience accessible as well as inclusive experience for people using the website.

Exclusion in Design – How to Recognise?
 
Every person is unique and there are no norms. When a design is done, it is done by the designer from his or her experiences. From own experiences they design in accordance with technical capability, physical ability, language, age, and gender.

When such a design is done, it is more or less a biased design because it is from the point of view of the designer. In such cases, with biased designs, we are essentially excluding large number of people. Therefore, a good web designing company in India should know what inclusive design is.

People are affected – But How Many?
 
Almost everyone is adversely affected. The benefits of inclusive design as well as accessible design are absolutely right on.

To understand the concept of exclusion, it needs a closer look. Why does exclusion take place? It takes place for a wide array of reasons. To make it understandable, the reasons are described below:

Exclusion can be categorised into three groups and they are situational, temporary, and permanent.

#1 When the disability extent is of the permanent type, it is known as permanent exclusion.

#2 Exclusion will be termed as temporary when the injury is of short term type. It means that the way they interact is limited to short term. Due to that injury, people tend to browse site in a different manner. Some of the signs include trying to browse in bright light where readability can be impacted by the reflections and bright light.

#3 Situational exclusion takes place only when users move through varying environments. Suppose you are in a crowded place, it is natural that you will not be able to hear properly. This is what situational exclusion is.

Can Inclusive designs save users from exclusiveness?
 
When you are designing an inclusive site for a permanently disabled person, the other persons with lesser disabilities, coming in the temporary and situational categories can also experience the same.

Therefore, broader groups of people are getting the benefit.

To be very specific, inclusive design has the capability of benefitting around 21 million people across US. One example of such inclusive design is the increasing of contrast, which helps in benefitting people with sight loss.

These are the aspects a web designing company in India should keep in mind while creating an inclusive design.
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