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Developing for accessibility is basically keeping in mind that the end user is an actual human being that might or might not have limitations, disabilities, impairments and so on.

I first started developing for accessibility when I joined the Lynda.com team and later I dug deeper into the concept while working on the LinkedIn Learning Android app. I very quickly realised that most of us are using the wrong definition of accessibility — and yes, that was true for me too. …

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