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Creating Accessible Forms

When we talk about the accessibility of forms, we are usually referring to their accessibility to people who use screen readers or keyboards. People with other types of disabilities are generally less affected by faulty forms. It should be noted, however, that everyone benefits from a well-organized, highly usable form, especially those with cognitive disabilities.