Web Accessibility no Longer an Afterthought

Yahoo’s Victor Tsaran, blind since the age of five, is responsible for making
sure Yahoo developers design Web pages with accessibility in mind.

Yahoo’s Victor Tsaran knows how much time Web designers spend agonizing over
color and font-width choices when laying out an application. So when he started
Yahoo’s accessibility push two years ago, he had a tough time arousing sympathy
for engineers grousing about how much extra time was needed to create accessibility
features.

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