Always remember that accessibility is about more than just the contrast ratio—it’s about people.


Ask yourself, why do we need to contrast the text?


Why do we need to be thoughtful about color and font size?


What do I know about color blindness?


What other disabilities are we overlooking?


What can I learn from people with disabilities that would make me a better designer and ultimately a better person?



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