Studies show that roughly 15% of the world’s population has some form of disability. That’s over 1 billion people.


Perceivable content, navigation, clarity, testing, and designing for multiple browsers and assistive tools are essential parts of a more accessible experience — one that can help you engage more users and convert more customers.


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by Channing Ritter | Designer @Automattic | Previously @Google & @IDEO
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