The aesthetic-accessibility paradox

"Why isn’t an interface that’s balanced with aesthetics and accessibility easy on the eyes for everyone? Within the subset of the minority, there’s another majority and minority. The majority of the minority are users who don’t have extreme visual impairments and will be able to use a balanced design. However, the minority of the minority have extreme visual impairments that will still cause them issues." - Anthony Tseng

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Website accessibility for people with disabilities is still an issue. Here's why.

"In fact, Domino's referenced Title III when they approached the Supreme Court with their case, questioning whether it requires businesses' websites and mobile apps to comply with the ADA's accessibility requirements for people with disabilities." - Siobhan Neela-Stock

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