Saturday, February 25, 2006

Seven Accessibility Mistakes (Part 2)

A great list of accessibility mistakes ...

"This two part-article discusses reasons why some projects fail to result in properly accessible products. Last week we discussed the first three of seven accessibility mistakes I’ve encountered in my work, namely:

Mistake #1: Believing in products without putting them to the test. It’s no fun realizing halfway through development that the CMS does not really help create clean markup, or the framework in use spits out controls that are only usable with a mouse.
Mistake #2: Taking too much responsibility. Sometimes we give the client the impression that all he has to do to create an accessible product is believe in us. We should help the client understand that when it comes to maintaining the product, accessibility is as much his responsibility as it is ours."   continued ...   (Via Digital Web Magazine)


Post a Comment

<< Home

<< Home