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White paper: conducting user evaluations with people with disabilities

Usable Access is the IBM practice of incorporating User-Centered Design methodologies with accessibility initiatives in order to increase a products' ease of use for people with disabilities. This guide details the current IBM best practices for incorporating users with disabilities into usability testing activities and outlines future work in the area.

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