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Before even beginning to format a graph, the question we need to ask first is not “how do we visualize data,” but “how do we find the story in the data?” The five steps outlined in this article will save you time and effort before you dive straight into design.
Learn five ways to make your charts more accessible for people with disabilities.
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Dig deeper into the common “know your audience” advice by really examining your many audiences, their level of expertise, their expectations, and more. Then learn how to translate this information into actionable steps that will make your data stand out.
When using interactive, dynamic, and challenging charts and graphs, compliance requirements are are still inaccessible to a wide array of people. Chartibility goes beyond compliance by giving you access to a shortlist of 14 tests that can be conducted in 20-40 minutes (depending on the tester's experience) that will make data visualization more accessible for people with disabilities.