Accessibility in Design | Turtle Design

Imagine you’ve found a perfect food spot to try that you’ve been waiting in line for and when you finally get to the front you see a small, faded, hard to read “cash only” sign at the door. Unfortunately you have no cash with you, so you leave the line in shame.Although this example is trivial, it’s easy to imagine how design that doesn’t account for accessibility issues can have a significant impact on people’s lives. This is especially true for people with visual impairments, or other challenges that we would not typically see as disabilities.

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