6 Ways to Make Social Media Posts More Inclusive
5. Avoid video effects which may trigger people with photosensitive epilepsy.
Flashing, flickering and unnecessary animation on videos can trigger seizures for
some users. Elements within videos that flash more than three times in one
second should be avoided. Alternatively seizure warnings could be included
alongside relevant video content.
6. Inclusivity is important. Consider how your brand images and videos can be more inclusive of gender, ethnicity, race, sexual orientation and people with disabilities.
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