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A Web for Everyone by Whitney Quesenbery, Sarah Horton

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

I’m not a designer (or I’m not a developer), so why should I read this book?

It’s difficult to imagine a context in which one person could take a product, from soup to nuts, and make it accessible. There are so many decisions to be made, and accessibility must be considered at every step along the way. A designer or developer can’t make accessibility happen alone.

If the decisions you make as part of your work impact someone’s experience of a digital product, you need to know how to make decisions that will not result in accessibility issues.

If you are leading an organization or a team, you may need to shake things up and change how you do business in order to achieve accessibility. You can’t just tack it on and hope ...

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