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Web accessibility, what are we talking about?

Mainly, when we think of web accessibility we are referring to a type of web design and development that allows disable-people to have access to the whole information contained in the site they are navigating.

Internationally recognized symbol of accessibility

Internationally recognized symbol of accessibility

Nowadays we are living an upward trend in the use of the Internet, but we cannot forget that some groups of people are still having difficulties accessing normally to websites data. Deaf or blind people, for instance, need special aids in order to experience all the functionality that a website can offer.

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