An agile approach to accessibility empowers designers to address accessibility early and often in experience creation, ensuring users’ needs are accounted for every step of the way.
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When digital accessibility is the sole responsibility of development teams, designers are excluded from important conversations about if, and how, users can interact with a digital experience. Working in a silo, developers are left sifting through accessibility bugs that designers could have prevented from the start, slowing down the development cycle as a whole. Learn how to escape this status-quo approach, saving valuable time and resources, in our guide. We’ll cover: