Measurements. They’re the thing you dread at the end of your design process where you have to lean wayyyy back in your chair, pour yourself another cup of coffee, look at the ceiling and say “Ok, let’s get this over with.”
Now there are lots of tools, libraries, patterns, and software that can make this faster, but at the end of the day a precision prototype’s job is to communicate how certain aspects of a design should be represented down to an element’s behavior, color, typeset, size and scale and you gotta do it.
Now, when it comes to accessibility there are other implications of your design that you’re responsible for articulating to your development team. To better help you articulate these annotations to your development team, Deque created an Annotations Accessibility Tool Kit with five common accessibility annotations.
This kit can be downloaded as Adobe Illustrator Files, Sketch Files, or as individual SVGs to best fit in with your design process.
To learn more about how to use these annotations and what they mean, check our this article by Aaron Pearlman.