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Do you know any website designed for mobile usage, have good accessibility?

Since average age of GOG users are older than Steam,
I think accessibility is a thing we have to take into consideration, sooner or later.

The new web design of GOG, have pretty bad accessibility.
I tried to disable all its images, and GOG became totally unusable.

(Well, even after I re-enable all images, the new GOG is still quite unusable.)
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I know a few (I work in QA with website creation/design). But they're mostly forums for companies. The problem with mobile is the amount of space you have on the screen. It's a real pain in the butt to decide what stays and what's hidden.

You have to create a good number of custom components too to try and reduce the amount of space taken. It's an annoying formula to get right!