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Arve Systad

For those thinking money and business: I am willing to argue that accessibility doesn’t necessarily cost a lot up front either, as long as it’s an integral part of the process from day one. And the people involved has to understand the need for it.

In its very essence, typing the stylesheet code for large, high contrast text (accessible, usable) doesn’t take more time than typing the stylesheet code for small, low contrast text (inaccessible, unusable).

Yes, a bit (extremely) simplified, but it can indeed be applied to something like 90% of the typical “extra accessibility costs” some people talk about in projects.

Great article nonetheless!