I came across a brief guideline that talked about how to do UX design for sound, and there were some very sensible advice that covered a number of points including:
- How to decide what type of sound to create
- How to create the audio file
- How to decide where and when the sounds is triggered/used
- How to implement and test for improvement
So it seems like audio cues or interactions fit quite naturally into a design guideline, but I don't know if it is commonly covered in design systems or frameworks in such detail.
Given the amount of attention and focus on accessibility, are there design guidelines or frameworks that dedicate an adequate amount of information on the design of audio/sound elements? What are some good examples that you have come across?