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Google Stepping Up its Accessibility Features on its Products



Jan 15, 2019

Janet Ferraiolo
Janet Ferraiolo

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Google is not only stepping up its accessibility features on all of its tech products, it is making sure its workplaces are disability-friendly too.

Google states that the best way to make sure that products work for their stakeholders is to have people with disabilities on staff - "It's not just what we create, but the way we create it and who creates it," according to a Google tech reviewer.

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