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Discussion on: Accessibility beyond 'alt' tag, 'color contrast', and semantic tags

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Prahlad Mishra

I worked on a project where accessibility was a huge requirement. The client was a.lead sponsor of Para Olympic. I have seen real users testing the site. We as able people assume a lot of things when thinking about a site but anybody would be amazed to see them use web and assisted technology. They are so smart and quick in using these tools and shortcuts. But seeing them use the website first hand gives a lot of insights. No amount of reading can give that experience that actually seeing them use. I find myself lucky in that sense.

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Neha Sharma Author

100% true. The real accessibility test is when real users use it. There is no repalcement of that. Would love to know more about your experience.