Now that you’ve seen how easy it is to fix up our projects, it’s time for you to continue that job with some challenges and a review of what you’ve learned. I think you won’t find it hard at all, and perhaps even will continue to be surprised at how easy SwiftUI makes accessibility.
Steve Ballmer (yes, that Steve Ballmer) once said “accessible design is good design – it benefits people who don’t have disabilities as well as people who do.” And he’s right: taking the time to make sure your app works for everyone will provide long-lasting benefits for all your users.
Today you should work through the wrap up chapter for project 15, complete its review, then work through all three of its challenges.
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