Some people call it "designing for our future selves," in order to get the message across that one day we will all benefit from a Web that has been designed by people who think of more than the visible. But in fact, some of us could even benefit today from an accessible Webfor instance driving in a car while having the route read aloud to you from a browser on the Web. The current Web is a terrible mess for accessibility. Try turning off images in your browser next time you use it in order to appreciate what blind…
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