Designing for cognitive (dis)abilities​

by Maeva Cecchi and Marina Castejon

Why is accessibility important to us?

Like a lot of people, we want our job to be impactful and meaningful. One of the reasons why we love our job as designers is because we strive to make the world a little bit better by trying to provide a delightful user experience to everyone, regardless of their abilities.

With this goal in mind, we both take digital accessibility very seriously and it all starts with raising awareness. So when we spoke at a corporate event around accessibility last year, we decided to focus on cognitive disabilities. In the past, accessibility

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