Getting a product accessible is not enough.

You have to create policies and procedures to keep it accessible. That’s why everyone needs to use an Accessibility Maturity Model.

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It’s not enough to get a product accessible.

  1. The entire product experience should be accessible.



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Sheri Byrne-Haber, CPACC

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LinkedIn Top Voice for Social Impact 2022. UX Collective Author of the Year 2020. Disability Inclusion SME. Sr Staff Accessibility Architect @ VMware.