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Planning and Implementing Inclusive Designs

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Implementing accessibility/inclusivity and making changes to workflow can come with many opportunities. Change does not often come easily. Making swift changes can cause friction between teams and individuals. Implementing change needs to be approached with understanding for what each team will need to address. Laying out how people can participate in the process is helpful. Whether you are a designer or developer, the tips in this chapter will guide you in these areas.

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    Benefits of web accessibility www.boia.org/blog/6-unexpected-benefits-of-web-accessibility

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    Source: US Census, US Labor of Statistics, Statistics Canada, Eurostat, FQA — in USD

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    Disabled List www.disabledlist.org

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    Implementation plan for web accessibility www.w3.org/WAI/impl/resp

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Gilbert, R.M. (2019). Planning and Implementing Inclusive Designs. In: Inclusive Design for a Digital World. Apress, Berkeley, CA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-5016-7_8

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