users with special needs require sites that make sense with
alternate means of access.
Text browser, Smartphones, PDA and handheld
users need to be able to surf without graphics. For others
it may focus on browser compatibility or language accessibility.
All of these topics have one thing in common - opening the
Internet to everyone... accessibility.
Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) - Here are the W3C guidelines widely accepted as the interational standard offering support materials and related resources for implementing Web accessibility.
Web Accessibility - American Foundation for the Blind - Read up on guides to visually impaired user's technology and how it effects Web design, how to design interative forms for the visually impaired, tips and tricks for web developers, and related resources.
With Any Browser - Home of the campaign to increase
designer's awareness of browser compatibility issues. Plenty
of information and good tools for checking your sites.
Aim - Increasing access for the disabled
is the focus of this site. Resources, articles and more add up
to a site that will take you a while to fully explore.
- See the world the way the color blind see it, with tools
for designers to sample the way a Web page appears to the
color blind, together with a FAQ, related info and links.
see -> Resources for the Disabled |
Legal Diability Resources