Design for Technology Accessibility on the Front End — Always

Posted July 8, 2021 | Leadership | Technology |
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Tech accessibility is best served when there is inclusive design for people with disabilities (PWD) that starts from the design/user research phase and carries through the software development stage to the marketing cycle. When accessibility has not been embedded in the DevOps process, it shows.
About The Author
Meena Das
Meenakshi "Meena" Das is a software engineer at Microsoft. Through her expertise, she has advised several individuals and organizations about tangible ways to make their products and services accessible. She can be reached at or via LinkedIn.
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