Mapping our journey to accessibility: What we can learn about accessibility from maps

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Accessibility is a fairly new concept to a lot of us in the tech industry, but Ordnance Survey have been making maps since 1791. What have they done over the last two centuries to make their maps easier to read and understand for everyone? And how can our comparatively juvenile industry learn from their experience?

Joe Glombek

Joe Glombek

Senior .NET developer and lover of adventure

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