The notion of accessibility may bring to mind ideas of screen readers and voice control, but it’s about much more. Some impairments, for example, often go unnoticed. Take colour blindness: one in 12 suffer from the condition, so a design that uses only colour to convey information is useless to a large number of users.
Then there are those who aren’t technically blind but do have some level of visual impairment. Designing with these users in mind not only helps them, but makes your work easier on everyone’s eyes.
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