Accessibility isn’t easy. And often times it is downright hard. But that comes with the territory. Designing for humans is hard. And accessibility is, at the end of the day, all about and all for humans.

We may not get it completely right, and there may always be room for improvement — especially as more users use our products and consume our content, but one thing I know is that that should never discourage us. Almost everything can be improved in one way or another. The most important thing is to be open to feedback and to be empathetic enough to care about our users and try our best to make their lives easier with the (powerful) tools we have at our disposal.

Use HTML. Enhance with CSS. Leverage the power of JavaScript. And include your users in your design process as early as possible. And always look at your work through the lens of inclusion. This will take you far ahead. Then learn more, iterate, and improve. And don’t forget, we’re all just temporarily abled.

Source: What a Year of Learning and Teaching Accessibility Taught Me – 24 Accessibility