Organizations should consider design system components to be the accessibility baseline. This baseline includes colors, typography, spacing, size, and other component-based factors.
The goal is to relieve designers of the burden of fundamental accessibility decisions, allowing them to concentrate on their work. Designers must still think about accessibility, but they aren't starting from scratch every time.
A Comprehensive Plan for Accessibility
The accessibility of website design development technologies is merely the first step toward more accessible user interfaces. Designers must still test for accessibility in interfaces, navigation, and user flows.