During Dubhacks, a 24 hour hackathon that takes place at the University of Washington, my group wanted to create a project that focused on accessibility. We decided to create a web API, that hosts a Google Chrome extension, which will allow users to change parts of the website to fit their preferences (colors, fonts, layouts, etc.)
This idea was based off of research from the UK, that showed what users with six different types of disabilities preferred when visiting a website. I was in charge of creating the landing/settings page, that allows users to set their website preferences based off their needs.
I'm still writing out the process, but below are final wireframes. They follow the accessibility design rules from our research, to ensure that these users can easily set their preferences.
Tools & Skills
Research, Adobe XD
Team of 2 HCDE Undergrads, 2 Informatics Undergrads, and 1 CS Undergrad
Helped research the idea to give tasks to the devs, designed the landing/settings page