We often think of accessibility in terms of WCAG rules. While these are important, they do not tell the whole story. The goal of every designer should be to create a positive and high-quality user experience to all users; both those with disabilities and those without. The problem is that UX is a slippery concept. It is multidimensional and hard to define in a way that makes it easy to communicate and measure.
The 5D Rubric addresses those needs. The 5D Rubric is a simple and highly flexible structure that can be adapted to specific products. It can be used for initial design and for assessment. It offers a path to operationalize user experience so it can be integrated into existing processes and easily communicated. It is easy to learn, use and customize.
Charles B. Kreitzberg, PhD
Charlie is Princeton's Senior User Experience Advisor, a thought leader, author, and speaker. He founded and led pioneering UX consultancy Cognetics Corporation for 25 years. He continues to serve as an expert witness, is founding editor of UXPA’s User Experience Magazine, and has served on the Boards of the User Experience Professional's Association, the Society for Information Management, the Computer Science Advisory Board for the College of New Jersey, and the Human-Computer Interaction Lab at the University of Maryland. He holds an MS in Computer Science and a PhD in Cognitive Psychology.
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