The Web should be made accessible to as many people as possible, regardless of any disabilities they might have.
A blog devoted to The 24/7 Agency, a part of Swedish government agency Statskontoret (In Swedish).
Claims of adhering to accessibility standards are often false and nothing more than marketing.
A neat way of using tables to create accessible bar charts.
Andy Budd on the use of heading elements.
Making sure a site stays accessible once it’s been handed over to the client is difficult.
Basic tips for Search Engine Optimisation: add quality content regularly and make sure your site is well-built.
Accessibility is not just about visually impaired people.
A presentation on accessibility.
An accessible, DOM compliant, collapsible menu system.
An accessibility primer for web designers.
Create balanced colour schemes and see what they look like to people with various colour vision deficiencies.
A presentation on accessibility problems with site navigation.
Notes from Joe Clark’s accessibility presentations at Web Essentials ‘04.
Read about web standards and accessibility in eight languages.
Check your colours for accessibility, complete with yummy sliders.
Designing for low-vision people is dramatically different.
A web standards and accessibility conference in London, this summer.
Some thoughts on the implementation of shortcut keys on websites and in web applications.
A tool for checking accessibility features of HTML tables.
Hiding from the validator doesn’t make your site better.
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