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lucy24 - 10:31 pm on Mar 24, 2013 (gmt 0)
Yes, I'm sure some longtime webmasters had to sit on their hands when they met the line
|use plain language and a strong design to aid people with cognitive or intellectual disabilities |
You mean, like your average client? (A physical counter has the same effects. It eats about 50% of the IQ of the person standing on the other side.)
The whole issue really does overlap with Responsive Design doesn't it?
And, for that matter, intelligent browser design. One of the many reasons I don't often use Opera is that you don't have absolute choice of your preferred default font size. 14 or 16 but not 15.
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