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    Whether you’re updating a popular page or starting from scratch, web content has to work well, look good and bring value to all audiences. Make sure your content works for everyone!


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    Making it easier to create accessible products

    We’re thrilled to introduce a simplified companion guide, designed to help designers, developers and content writers quickly identify the specific WCAG standards they need to follow to make their products accessible.


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