Accessibility should not be a future goal. Start now. Aim to become literate in accessibility, not an expert, and your users and products will benefit exponentially from the experiences you design and consistently improve.


Think about the types of experiences disabled users may have rather than trying to build solutions for individual types of users.


To really deal with digital accessibility, we have to go beyond fixing things, and start preventing them.


Accessibility work at scale is an exercise in literacy and practice, not expertise or empathy.


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