Make accessibility a feature, not a fix.

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All-Star designer Stephanie Hagadorn shares a unique and super smart project her team created at Indeed to help build better products through accessibility requirements.

Over the past year, accessibility has become one of Indeed’s top priorities, a massive undertaking. We now require teams to meet Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 ( WCAG 2.1) AA conformance, and go beyond those guidelines to improve the accessibility of the

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