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A Web for Everyone by Whitney Quesenbery, Sarah Horton

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CHAPTER 1

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A Web for Everyone

Understanding the Accessibility Equation

Accessibility

Inclusive design

Building a Framework for Accessible User Experience

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines

Principles of Universal Design

Design Thinking

Using Design Thinking for Accessibility

Summary

The web is making the world a smaller and more connected place, but there is still much work to be done to make the web an inclusive place that everyone can use. As web professionals, our decisions define and shape the web landscape. They can create barriers, and they can remove them. Guided by an understanding of people’s needs, it’s also possible to avoid barriers ...

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