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Designing for accessibility is a no-brainer. As designers, we’re responsible for ensuring our audience can process our text and graphics, complete our practice activities, and master our assessments. If the future Linus Pauling is among the 12 percent of learners with sensory, mobility, or cognitive impairments, he or she may
Hello, and welcome! My name is John Endicott, and I live on the majestic Colorado Front Range. I’ve worn many hats: journalist, business writing instructor, technical communicator, instructional designer, and eLearning developer. The thread tying these together is a burning desire to (1) learn, (2) teach, and (3) better understand

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