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Resources for creating accessible content

Five pairs of hands using smartphones. Image includes notification icons for social comments, follows, likes, favourites, and emails.

Email and social media are a way for us all to connect with loved ones, meet new people, discover local news, share knowledge, and more.

However, failing to consider the accessibility requirements of a diverse audience while sharing content online can unintentionally create barriers and exclude people from digital social spaces.

To help ensure that your digital content is accessible to all users, here are 5 useful resources from AbilityNet:

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