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This guide only scratches the surface

While this guide does cover the essential principles and applications of accessible design on the web, it is only meant to be a jumping off point for new designers. There is still a ton of information that is useful to help you shape your own empathy-driven accessible design methodology. Listed below are some further readings on design and accessibility as well as some useful tools to assist you in your design practice.

“The power of the Web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect.”

—Tim Burners-Lee

Additional resources to look into

Stuff to read irl

Stuff to read digitally

Some useful tools