Compared to other public spaces, the internet provides us with choices for how we consume and interact. We can use various devices, browsers and operating systems; we can change the size and colour of text; we can navigate with a mouse, keyboard, finger or mouthpiece; or we can use a screen reader to convert words to sounds.
Whatever your needs or preferences, there’s almost certainly a way to access the web.
Theoretically.In reality, the web is a mess.
These accessibility options tend to be forgotten or stripped away, even though accessible websites and apps can absolutely still be beautiful, innovative and user-friendly.
This is more than an inconvenience. This is a human rights issue. Disabled people need these options in order to access the web.
Here are my thoughts on how we got into this mess, and what we can do.
Curated by (Lifekludger)
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