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By Tim Powers on January 4, 2016

Inclusion at the Intersection of Design and Accessibility

(The first in a series of posts on inclusive design) It’s not often you find design and accessibility as complimentary ingredients in a tasty entrée. In the past, the idea of mixing checklists and restrictions with creativity and free-spirited attitudes was faux pas, like adding ketchup to a hotdog in Chicago. But, sometimes two very […]

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By Susann Keohane on December 2, 2015

Three Ways to Improve DevOps to Ensure Accessibility

Designing and developing accessible solutions has become critical for organizations – from business processes to product development. With a renewed focus on human-centered design, I am often asked, “How can we effect change in an organization’s DevOps to ensure accessibility is integrated from the outset?” There are many ways to achieve a positive effect for […]

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