For a large number of people, accessibility is a part of everyday life. Accessible designs, devices and services are depended upon by millions of disabled
people so they can interact with the world in much the same way a person without disabilities does.
For everybody else, accessibility is something we have passive experience with. We notice accessible ramps and seats, but don’t engage with or give them
any thought. For people without a disability who also don’t have a disabled friend or family member, it’s very easy to take accessibility for granted,
which is probably a...