What was the last accessibility ticket you worked on?

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What was the last thing you worked on where accessibility was the main concern?

Was it a new feature with accessibility baked in from the start, was it a bug fix or improvement?

Was it prompted by management, team peers or feedback from customers?

Was it a clear requirement or was it disputed? Did anyone push back and try to argue that it wasn't necessary work?

This is a quick spot-check to see how the real world is getting on.

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