We are constantly collaborating with teammates and creating content for other users to consume in Confluence and Jira — attaching a screenshot and tagging a team member to review a Jira issue; creating an informational page in Confluence with applicable videos and images included; etc. While we may be thinking about how to make this content more interesting and exciting, we don't always consider how accessible it is.
According to the CDC, one in four adults in the United States has a disability. Users with varying degrees of visual, cognitive, auditory, speech, and motor disabilities will have vastly different experiences with the same content. We should strive to make our content just as accessible to users with disabilities as it is to those without disabilities. Keep reading for a few ways to increase accessibility in QualityNet Confluence and Jira.
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