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here's a list of resources i used in the creation of this project - all are highly suggested reading if you want more information on the topic, and many include suggested reading lists of their own. double the reading lists!

Aldrich, Jennifer. “We’re Just Temporarily Abled.” UX Magazine, 10 Jun. 2016. uxmag.com/articles/were-just-temporarily-abled.

Gibson, Anne. “Reframing Accessibility for the Web.” A List Apart, 3 Feb. 2015. alistapart.com/article/reframing-accessibility-for-the-web/.

Herrod, Lisa. “Deafness and the User Experience.” A List Apart, 12 Aug. 2008. alistapart.com/article/deafnessandtheuserexperience/.

“Invisible Women.” From 99 Percent Invisible, 23 Jul. 2019, 99percentinvisible.org/episode/invisible-women/.

Marier, Valery. A Field Guide to Web Accessibility. 2019, theultimatemotherfuckingwebsite.com. Accessed 16 Dec. 2021.

Pun, Karwai. “Dos and don’ts on designing for accessibility.” 2 Sept. 2016. accessibility.blog.gov.uk/2016/09/02/dos-and-donts-on-designing-for-accessibility/.

“Web Content Accessibility Guides (WCAG) Overview.” W3C Web Accessibility Initiative, edited by Shawn Lawton Henry, W3C, 29 Apr. 2021. www.w3.org/WAI/standards-guidelines/wcag/.

Xu, Tammy. “How Web Accessibility Democratizes the Internet.” Built In, 19 Jul. 2020. builtin.com/software-engineering-perspectives/web-accessibility. archive.today, archive.vn/Fu1em.

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