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Bubble Up: 5 ways to make your presentation slides accessible for everyone


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When you design your slides for presentations, do you think about how to make them accessible for your audience?

We have a responsibility to make sure our audience can read, understand, and focus on the message we are trying to convey

Here are 5 top tips to make your slides accessible.

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