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re: Sued for Being Inaccessible VIEW POST

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A good website is accessible because it is symanticly correct. Switch on your screen reader and attempt to test your journeys from start to finish, it's honestly not a scary task and you will be a better keyboard user as a reward, win win.

 

There are also a lot of design concepts that are important for accessibility. Color contrasts, number of actions available to users, and density and complexity of text are some of them.

 

Sorry I was being very high level, of course AA or AAA, animation and so much more but start with symanticly correct markup

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