UX Accessibility

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It seems very straightforward and easy to draw a line between accessibility and usability. This isn’t the case. Many people view accessibility as something that’s for web developers only, to help users find what they want on the web. Then UX is what the user experiences whilst changing from interface to interface on desktop or mobile devices. So why do we even think about UX for our users in the first place. We do this because if interfaces aren’t easy to use, users will leave instantly after getting to you. Many people would like accessibility and UX to be as simple as following a set of rules, step by step, to accomplish what all designers need to offer. But unfortunately what’s easy to use is forever changing and users are becoming lazy in navigation. They simply want information to appear and they want to find it in the easiest possible…

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