Accessibility in software refers to the ability of users to access and use your product, whether they be using a keyboard, mouse, smartphone, screen reader, braille display or any other form of technology. While an increasing amount of attention is being rightly given to the usability of products, many developers are not aware that their product may not be usable at all for some classes of user. Moreover, it can be quite straightforward to fix, and many of the fixes can benefit all users as well as those using assistive technology.
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Alice Boxhall is a software engineer at Google, where she works on improving accessibility support in Google Chrome.
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