Yes. Adobe InDesign CC makes it easier than ever to apply accessibility features within your InDesign document, if the correct best practices are used. InDesign allows content editors to map common styles used to mark up the document to accessible tags. This tag structure can then be read by assistive technology when the document is exported to accessible PDF format. For example, styles can be mapped to headings, paragraphs, and tables. In InDesign CC, you can map paragraph and character styles directly to PDF tags to ensure that styles you define in InDesign are exported appropriately.The new Articles panel allows you to choose and organize your content by dragging images, text frames and other content into the panel to define the order in which they will export.InDesign also supports accessible content production in formats other than PDF including XML and Digital Talking Book.