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Accessibility is basically UX for people with one or more disabilities. For example, even if someone *can* navigate your website with a screen reader, that doesn't mean it can't be made easier.

Important to note that "people with disabilities" = everyone at some point. Keyboard accessibility is great when the battery of my mouse is flat; high contrast is great when there's sun on my screen; etc.

In other words: accessibility is basically UX. Q.E.D.

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