Issue #352

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Featured: There’s no such thing as a “normal” user

“However, the truth is that “normal” doesn’t really exist when it comes to web users. The vast array of operating systems, browsers, screen resolutions, assistive technologies, and disabilities makes it impossible to conform to a single standard.”

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Sarene Leeds lays out ways people might be talking about disability but actually being rude. The article covers many of the most common disability etiquette lessons. Bookmark it for future reference.

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