A List Apart #163
Issue 163 of A List Apart contains two articles. How to Save Web Accessibility from Itself is a long article in which Joe Clark asks the web developer community to help make the new version of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, WCAG 2.0, which is currently being written, a set of realistic guidelines that are actually possible to understand and use. Like I said, this is a long article, but I’ll read it carefully and see if I can find a way to contribute.
In the other article, Tackling Usability Gotchas in Large-scale Site Redesigns, Jeffrey Zeldman reveals how URLs were reconstructed when ALA 3.0 was lunched, and how the problem of old URLs being broken was handled.
Speaking of Zeldman, there’s a new Zeldman interview available at Under the Iron.
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