Emily states: “Hardest part of the job is coming up with solutions. It’s one thing to identify what’s wrong, it’s entirely another thing to give clients an alternative solution that’s accessible to start with but also reasonable for them to implement.”
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About one thing everyone knows about accessibility… Amberley says: “I think everyone knows when something is not acceptable to them”
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Amberley defines web accessibility as “building for the web in ways that ensure it’s usable by everyone. There aren’t barriers to use for anyone. So, I would say it’s about digital equal access, kind of along the same lines as physical equal access. So, just putting people at the center of building for the web.”
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Christopher says it’s unfortunate that people become mindful about accessibility only/mostly through lawsuits.
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Christopher says that for someone who likes Design so much, he didn’t realize how important good color contrast was, and how bad color contrast issues are.
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Jessica suggests that accessibility is a competitive advantage. The more people can use your product, the more likely they are to spend money on it.
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Jessica and I ponder whether low-literacy could be considered a disability, and regardless of the answer, that factor needs to be taken into account when designing sites and content.
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Stephanie Walter says there’s a lot of things she thought everybody knew about accessibility that actually not a lot of people knew. So, she thinks in general people know that somewhere on the internet some people are blind.
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Stephanie Walter tells us that designers should provide a roadmap to their design for the developer, but in many projects, there just isn’t time to do that.
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To highlight Global Awareness Accessibility Day, I had a wonderful panel discussion with four people involved in accessibility: Courey Elliott, Dennis Lembrée, Shannon Finnegan, and Dan O’Mahony
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