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.
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