Hopefully this post is helpful for anyone looking to get into accessibility. I'm by no means an expert, but I thought I'd share my experiences!

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@nolan Very applicable to current research. Also trying to read more about current (not decade old) ideas about progressive enhancement.

@nolan OK, got to read through. Good piece! A lot of this accessibility-centric stuff is stuff we at OddBird already do, but always good to get another view into it and pick up the parts we're not doing or not doing well.

The thing I've been chewing on is the relationship between a11y and Progressive Enhancement, and what value there is in what PE techniques and approaches. I'd be interested to talk with you about this more if you are up for it!

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