Digital accessibility has become a more popular topic in recent years, and lawsuits against inaccessible websites are becoming more and more common. As developers, we have an ethical responsibility to help empower people to use the technology we create, but so often we're under-educated about exactly how to build things with accessibility in mind.
As the Accessibility Lead at my company and a front end engineer, I have a wealth of knowledge to share with the dev.to community, and I'd love to know what resources I can share! What do you want to know about digital accessibility? Folks with accessibility experience: what do you wish someone taught you when you were just starting off? What resources and guides don't exist yet, that you'd like to link others to?
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