Accessible websites are made to support all browser types and all users with disabilities. This is a big topic for the W3C and it’s growing in popularity each year.
Designing for accessibility is hard. There are lots of goals and requirements to consider. But even baby steps in the right direction can make a world of difference.
In this guide I want to consider the value of accessibility as it pertains to responsive design. Most web designers already go with responsive layouts, so if you can add accessibility into your workflow you’ll reach an even wider audience…
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