New growth opportunities for web-based businesses can be discovered by exploring the synergy of accessibility, search, and human experience design.
Optimizing web pages for search engines may present limitations that interfere with the freedom to design human experiences. After all, searchers are emotional humans.
In this column, we’ll explore and you’ll find answers to the following:
- What does the synergy of accessibility, search, and human experience design look like?
- How do human experiences benefit businesses?
- What can businesses do to break old habits?
How Do We Define Accessibility, Search & Human Experience Design?
Accessibility for the web means designing digital products that do not discriminate against end-users regardless of any disability, impairment, or dependency on assistive devices, whether permanent or temporary.
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We search for information online by entering questions into search engines, directories, websites, and software designed to provide answers to questions.
Human experience design is closely tied to user experience design, neuroscience, human-computer research, human behavior, and usability.
My definition of the synergy of accessibility, search and human experience design is what happens when they are unified into a methodology that creates or results in actual human responses.
How can human experiences drive new revenue opportunities?