Michelle Frechette: Accessibility is More Than Disability Accommodation

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Published

October 10, 2021

For the WordPress to be truly accessible, it has to be available to everyone. That means not only being available to those with disabilities, but also to others in the BIPOC, LGBTQ+, Neurodivergent, and senior communities.

This talk explores some of the lesser known accessibility challenges that people in our community encounter with their digital experience. It suggests how we can all be advocates for one another, and deliver a better experience to more site visitors.

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WordCamp Santa Clarita 2021 16

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Michelle Frechette 6

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Accessibility 234

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English 9283

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