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Chapter 3. User-Centered Design (Part 2 ... > Health, Physical and Perceptual Chal...

Health, Physical and Perceptual Challenges

Writing for inclusiveness means including all readers, not just readers who are young, have good eyesight, have complete mobility, and can hear and read well.

Accessible e-Texts – text, video, audio, graphics – accommodate diversity in learning needs and expectations, different levels of technical access and competence, and physical and emotional challenges.


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