People with disabilities make up 15% of the world's population. They include people with visual, auditory, motor/physical disabilities (paraplegics for instance, who maybe unable to use a mouse) and also people with cognitive or learning disabilities (people with dyslexia, those on the autistism spectrum, etc.). While they already deal with design gaps in urban spaces, like poor wheelchair accessibility, digital product and service companies might unknowingly be replicating hurdles for them in the digital world too.

Accessibility is part of the inclusive thought process that touches the lives of people with disabilities by enabling them to have better access to the resources around us, narrowing differences and enabling a talent pool that is waiting to make their impact on society.

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