…being “accessible” means many things. It means that a page must load quickly—even in slow and spotty mobile networks.
After loading, the page should be usable and feel appropriate and intuitive to folks using any device, browser, viewport size, and assistive technology. More often than not, the practices we use to achieve these goals play nicely together, but sometimes one optimization can complicate another.
When that happens, we try to step back and find ways to satisfy all our priorities.
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