Implement accessibility features.
According to Microsoft, more than 30 million people in the United States alone have disabilities that can affect their ability to use computer hardware and software. Although software developers have long ignored this issue, modern software design takes accessibility strongly into account. From both ethical and economic standpoints, as well as to comply with the law, designing software for accessibility simply makes sense.
In fact, Microsoft has made accessibility a key feature of the Windows logo certification program, which allows applications to display the “designed for Windows” logo.
Five basic principles are related to accessible design:
Flexibility The user interface ...