Published : Mar 29, 2022
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We recommend organizations assess inclusive design as a way of making sure accessibility is treated as a first-class requirement. All too often requirements around accessibility and inclusivity are ignored until just before, if not just after, the release of software. The cheapest and simplest way to accommodate these requirements, while also providing early feedback to teams, is to incorporate them fully into the development process. In the past, we've highlighted techniques that perform a "shift-left" for security and cross-functional requirements; one perspective on this technique is that it achieves the same goal for accessibility.