When it comes to accessibility, designers tend to focus on colors (i.e. contrast) and UX copy (i.e. wording), whereas developers tend to focus on ARIA attributes (i.e. code that makes websites more accessible). This is due to the fact that, often enough, thick lines are drawn between “who does what”. Also, because creating accessible apps and websites isn’t considered to be exciting, this line is hardly ever questioned. Accessibility is still a black sheep, even in 2020. So, since UX…