3 prototype illustrations
3 prototype illustrations
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When designing and creating software, it’s easy to imagine the experience of others like yourself. You see the page, understand the context, and can imagine what things might be like for someone like you using it. It’s easy to forget that we’re not all the same though, and often some groups can get forgotten. That’s where accessibility comes in.

The goal of software accessibility is to remove barriers and create inclusive product experiences that work for everyone, regardless of ability. Based on 2019 CDC reports, about 26% of people in the United States alone have a disability, which means that…

Jessie Huff

Accessibility Lead, React Front End Engineer for PatternFly and the UXD Team at Red Hat

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