For my final project, I observed 5 users viewing my initial wireframes. I walked away with a much more profound understanding of designing for low vision. The number one being: design for the screen reader.
A screen reader is a tool used to tell a user with low vision what is on their screen. Here it is a screen reader in action, presented by my teacher, Gus Chalkias:
To see all the feedback I gathered, the actionable items I parsed, and more on the revised wireframes, you can check out my G-Slides presentation.