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    Lily Mordaunt

    Lily Mordaunt is a graduate from Hunter College with a Bachelor's degree in creative writing. An avid reader, Lily hopes to eventually work as a book editor for one of the Big Four publishing houses. She is currently working as Usablenet's editorial and public relations intern.

    Recent Posts

    3 Barriers to Web Accessibility That Impact Me as a Blind User (Guest blog)

    Editor's Note: We are delighted to share this post in our series by UsableNet's Marketing Intern, Lily Mordaunt. Read more of Lily's posts, including how she navigates the web as ...
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    5 Ways Delivery Apps Don't Deliver On Accessibility (Guest Blog)

     By March 2021, 47% of Americans used food delivery apps. Up from 38% in 2020, the statistics show how heavily we ended up relying on delivery services to get us through the ...
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    How to Make Your App More Accessible

    Picture this: You're a mid-twenty-something who, by the skin of your teeth, just barely made the millennial cut off. Affectionately dubbed a zillennial, you find yourself firmly ...
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    How I shop online as a blind person [Guest blog]

    I've encountered many people in my life who have an almost mystical perception of blind people. Having the hearing of a bat and the heart of a saint, we don't concern ourselves ...
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    The Importance of Screen Reader Software for Web Navigation [Guest Blog]

    Editor's Note: We are delighted to share the first post from UsableNet's new Spring Marketing Intern, Lily Mordaunt. Lily is a graduate of Hunter College with a Bachelor's degree ...
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