June 2016 Monthly Newsletter
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Improve Accessibility for Users Who are Visually Impaired with These 9 Tips

The Web is a public space that should be accessible by all. Not every Web experience, however, is designed with regard for the needs of people who are blind or visually impaired. When a website or app is built without consideration for a diverse range of visual abilities, it can pose challenges and barriers for those who are visually impaired. In this month’s newsletter, we provide nine design tips to help make your website accessible for people with visual impairments.

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