Posts about Web accessibility

Web accessibility should be everyone’s priority when designing and developing digital products or websites. Even the tiniest improvements to accessibility can make enormous differences for people who use assistive technologies including screen readers. Paying attention to web accessibility also benefits people without disabilities through clearer design and better code. Andy Clarke has been practicing and writing about the importance of web accessibility and how to design for it since 2004.

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(On 24th December 2009, the site that this letter refers to was replaced.)

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About Andy

I’m Andy Clarke, a well-known website designer and writer on art direction and design for products and websites. I help businesses to deliver engaging customer experiences and unique designs. Read more about my work, browse my blog, or follow me on Instagram and Twitter.

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