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  1. ‘When everybody understands the importance of accessibility and their role in the project, we can make great websites’. - That is also true for mobile apps. So far we have launched only one app with accessibility features (http://bit.ly/2t2tpAg), but do now understand how different accessible design is and how important it is to think about all users with and without special needs.

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  2. Here’s an accessibility tip. I have low vision because of diabetic macular edema and numerous floaters. I find this page difficult to read, even with my screen enlarged, because of the serif font. If your vision is at all fuzzy, sans-serif fonts make text much more readable.

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  3. “Being flexible during the creation of a product will allow you to make decisions based on new information, respond to any issues that arise during testing, and ensure that the launched product genuinely meets people’s needs.” - Being flexible and iterative is equally as important as having your team in sync. Designers and developers need to communicate often! http://groupvisual.io/from-design-to-code-collaborating-with-developers/

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  4. Excellent read!!! Thanks for the info.

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  6. Being flexible is just as important as synchronizing your team. Designers and developers should work together

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  7. Really great post. At some point we’re all going to be too old  to drive, and then what? Unless, we’re in a walkable environment, aging in place is going to be very difficult.

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