A client sent me this screenshot of an accessibility Widget and asked if it's something we should include on a public education website. I'm genuinely curious whether these widgets help or hinder?
An ex-employee of mine (who was dyslexic) was adamantly opposed to building these into websites. She already had browser extensions so these widgets just made her experience harder. Is this the case, generally?
What's the consensus? Are these accessibility widgets worth it? Do they introduce more trouble? Or do they help to solve a very real problem?
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