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Web accessibility is about giving everyone access to the same information, regardless of the impairments users may have.
Accessible design is not only a matter of civic-mindedness. It is becoming risky not to take users of all abilities into account. Here are some simple things we can do to help our apps and website be more accessible to all.
Our latest study looks at how much businesses are missing out by not developing accessible websites, apps and products. It is part of our broader research into how inclusive design affects how disabled people choose to spend their money.
8+1 unexpected but practical tips for testing accessibility and inclusive design.
Placeholder text within a form field makes it difficult for people to remember what information belongs in a field, and to check for and fix errors. It also poses additional burdens for users with visual and cognitive impairments.
This article examines the rationale for organizations to address accessibility. It includes tangible and intangible benefits, and the risks of not addressing accessibility adequately.