Debunking Common Myths About Digital Accessibility



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Digital accessibility can be an abstract concept for people who do not use assistive technology to navigate the internet. As a result, there are a number of myths about digital accessibility that have become pervasive among website owners and agencies. Ty D’Amore from AudioEye Inc. and Russ Jeffery from Duda will talk through a handful of these myths and the actual truths behind them.
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