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A small project debunking common accessibility myths.
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Learn to create inclusive websites with this comprehensive guide on web accessibility, ensuring a user-friendly experience for all visitors.
We are always looking to make the web more accessible. Color contrast is just math, so Sass can help cover edge cases that designers might have missed.
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Designing different state style will provide intuitive and delightful user experience as well as the accessibility to everyone.
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