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Accessibility Weekly

June 8, 2020 • Issue #187

Featured: Equivalent experiences: Thinking equivalently

Constructing an equivalent experience may mean changing the way you think about development and design, and potentially reevaluating your existing work.

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New to A11y

Oscar Nilsson outlines fives notes about resilient design. You won't find accessibility mentioned here, but you will find principles that lead to thinking in a more inclusive way. Sometimes, it's important to examine what surrounds a subject in addition to the subject itself.

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David A. Kennedy
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