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Remember loving to read comics on a Sunday afternoon when you were a kid? Maybe you don’t. In the past, traditional print comics have made it impossible for blind and visually-impaired readers to experience their heroes’ adventures first-hand. Today an increasing number of initiatives like comic book stores for the blind aim to overcome this challenge.
What if I told you that the web platform empowers us to even create comics for literally everyone?
Alongside a demo application, you see how accessibility best practices enable you to craft an immersive webcomic experience that is not only engaging for the sighted but accessible for everyone.
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Crafting Comics for Literally Everyone
Jessica Jordan is a member of the Ember Learning Core team and a software engineer at simplabs. She is an editor at The Ember Times and organizes the Ember Berlin meetup. She is passionate about open-source, CSS, art and comics.