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Designing tomorrow: The crucial role of accessibility and WCAG

Accessible services will shape the future
A person seen form behind, sitting in front of a laptop screen with her hands on the keyboard. Photo.
Linda Norlén
Linda Norlén
As many as 1.3 billion people worldwide live with significant disabilities. Still, accessibility is often treated as something that can be deprioritised. This can lead to people being prevented from participating in activities, excluded from the job market, having an inferior service experience, or finding it difficult to perform certain tasks. By raising awareness and involving people with disabilities in the design process, we can both create better products and challenge misconceptions about the breadth of those affected.
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