Web accessibility can be a scary thing to get into, and being that starting any project can be the hardest part — the motivation comes before momentum — it was determined a solid place and plan to start, all while throwing out the rule book so to speak, is something some developers really need. Trying to master accessibility will prevent some from even attempting it, but it’s really an unnecessary obstacle as mastery isn’t needed to begin. We’re attempting to illuminate the easy path.
This article’s title was almost changed to “Accessibility without Checkpoints” which is something Mel Pedley coined, and it would be quite fitting; I just had to mention it because I was really torn. In the end it stayed as is, though, and the featured Accessites article is live.
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