Web accessibility and usability resources including articles, news, discussion, and research. Focuses on both theory and practice of user-centered design.
USPS Section 508 Handbook in HTML
Explains the requirements of Section 508 and sets forth, in broad outline, the Postal Service's policies on how to comply with them.
USPS Section 508 Technical Reference Guide in HTML
Technical Reference guide in support of USPS AS-508, detailing techniques and technical approaches to Section 508 and accessibility.
Viewable With Any Browser
Campaign for a Non-Browser Specific WWW. Resources, more information and links about this effort.
W3 Compliant Sites
A collection of web standards compliant web sites and their designers.
Helps you check if your page is accessible to people with disabilities. New version includes tests for section 508.
An overview of website access for people with disabilities, and an overview of UK law and the Disability Discrimination Act.
Web Accessibility Survey
Some data collected on the accessibility of college and university web pages.
Web Credible: Accessibility Resources
Offers tips, tricks, tutorials, links and information about Web accessibility, including UK legal requirements.
Web Design Standards Project
Offers advice, articles and tutorials for standards compliant web site design including accessibility, xhtml and css.
Web Page Accessibility Section 508 Checklist
Checklist of Checkpoints for Web Content Accessibility Section 508 Guidelines
WebAIM - Web Accessibility in Mind
Information, training, resources, guidelines and standards for Web accessibility and disability access to the Web.
Listing of web companies that have been awarded a kite mark for considering the disabled user.
The purpose of Webmates is to assist other webmasters in their personal efforts to comply with the current standards regarding coding, accessibility and usability.
Searchenginewatch - Don't Disable Your Site for Handicapped Users
Article by Matt Bailey. Designers of web sites that are not accessible to disabled users are overlooking a market segment of millions of searchers and potential buyers. (May 19, 2005)
ATPM.com - Web Accessibility
Article by Raena Armitage. Addresses why Web accessibility matters, and gives some practical tips to apply to your Web sites right now. (January, 2004)
ICDRI: Accessibility on the Web
Article defining accessibility and arguing its importance from ethical and economic perspectives. Covers basic techniques for design and testing. (August, 2003)
ATPM.com: Putting Curb Cuts and Wider Doors on the Internet: Toward Web Site Accessibility
Article by Sylvester Roque and Kimberly Nyles-Roque. Covers disabilities that can affect the internet experience, and gives advice on how to improve sites and avoid causing problems for users. (November, 2002)
CNN: Web Sites are Locking out the Disabled
Office buildings have wheelchair ramps and TV has closed captioning, but many Web sites are inaccessible to people with disabilities. Things don't have to be that way. (August 7, 2000)
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