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Pitfall Ad Hoc or Project Approaches

  • Adding accessibility to an existing product or service is expensive, requiring accessibility personnel to understand the product or service and to develop a specific "accessibility" interface, often re-inventing or reengineering in the process

  • The law, policy, and technical aspects of accessibility are often focused into a small team, who due to attrition, illness, or competition, can disappear, leaving no resource base for the organization

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