What is Accessibility?
Designing experience for people with disabilities. It is designed for people who are color blind, blind, deaf, and people with cognitive disabilities.
Accessibility or accessible design is a design process that enables people with some disabilities to interact with a product.
Web accessibility is the inclusive practice that ensures that there are no barriers that prevent interaction or access to the websites on the World Wide Web by people with physical disabilities, or situational disabilities, or socio-economic restrictions on bandwidth and speed.
Accessibility is not limited to a person with a physical disability, but it extends to anyone experiencing a permanent, temporary or situational disability.
Situational disability refers to someone who is experiencing a limitation based on current experience. For example, if a person is carrying a child, he or she may be situationally one-handed. Web accessibility should be conscious of all the users who are facing different types of constraints.
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