Much like physical accessibility which ensures that people with disabilities are able to access the built environment, digital accessibility ensures that people with disabilities are able to access digital content and services autonomously, sometimes with the help of assistive technologies such as Braille keyboard extensions, text-to-speech programmes and switch adapters. Digital accessibility can also cover digital services that improve the day-to-day lives of people with disabilities.
Digital accessibility describes the technical and methodological considerations that need to be factored into all digital products and services to ensure that they [...]
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