Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Evaluating Website Accessibility

My recent article series on evaluating website accessibility became a series of articles because I felt all that information would just be too much for a single article. The drawback to splitting it into several articles is not having everything collected in one document. By reader request, here is a summary of the series, with links to each checkpoint.

If you haven’t read any of the articles I am referring to, they are intended to make it easier for web developers and website owners to perform a basic accessibility evaluation. Developers and designers can use these techniques to make sure the sites they build don’t contain any huge accessibility problems, and website owners can use them to assess the quality delivered by their web consultancy.

The “Evaluating Website Accessibility” series consists of the following articles:"   continued ...   (Via 456 Berea Street)


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