by Adam Delezenne
Posted February 4, 2016

Inclusive design is not just a matter of including tags for screen readers and using colors that show enough contrast to be helpful to people with color limitations. It becomes a way of thinking that recognizes we all have different levels of competence and ability in different areas of our lives.

Inclusive Design | Smashing Magazine

Adam Delezenne is a freelance web developer and communications consultant serving camps, congregations and small nonprofit organizations. No job’s too big, no job’s too small. Drop me a line

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