The Web should be made accessible to as many people as possible, regardless of any disabilities they might have.
How to make figures and presentations that are friendly to colour blind people.
Some things I would like the Web Standards Project Accessibility Task Force to take a closer look at.
Doug Bowman explains how to create a single-column layout.
How to present error messages in web forms.
One step closer to better web standards support in assistive technology.
What can happen when only vision impaired users are catered to.
Why is the WCAG working group lowering the importance of validity?
More input to the current discussion on accessibility legislation.
Andy Clarke follows up on his post about legislation and web accessibility.
Andy Clarke on why he doesn’t believe in making web accessibility required by law.
Web accessibility is not just for screen readers or blind people.
Gez Lemon implements an alternative stylesheet for low vision people.
Please share your very best business arguments for accessibility. Now.
Making a high contrast, large type stylesheet for vision impaired people.
Web developers, disability organisations, and screen reader makers need to work together.
Comparing screen reader output of tables and unordered lists for navigation.
My impressions from the @media 2005 web standards and accessiblity conference.
A few common accessibility myths and misconceptions explained.
A presentation on web standards.