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Why Accessibility Is the Future of Tech

Designing solutions for people with disabilities offers a peephole into the future

Photo: Melinda Podor/Getty Images

“It’s just the right thing to do.”

Very few people think that those of us who are blind should be exiled from the web altogether, or that people with hearing loss shouldn’t have iPhones. That’s as it should be. But all too often, the…

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John Brownlee

John Brownlee

writer, editor, journowhatsit. Design, tech, and health is my beat. Editor-in-chief of Folks (folks.pillpack.com). Ex-Fast Company, Wired, and more.

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