Learn why these fancy fonts pose an issue for people with disabilities.

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ID: [White background with the word “instafonts” repeated in various Unicode-based characters that appear like fancy typefaces.] Image: instafonts.com


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Mini figures of Link from Zelda waving their swords or standing ready to battle.
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Everyone knows it’s there, but nobody wants to talk about it.

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Christina Lall, CPACC

Working to shift UX design conversations to center people with disabilities. In a state of continuous learning. Sharing what I learn through Access Bridge.

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