Monthly Archives: November 2005

Disabled web users rank their usability priorities

Effective in-site search, good navigation, and clear, well-constructed content are the most important usability issues for disabled internet users, according to new research which also found many visually impaired users rejecting the importance of ALT [attributes]. User experience consultancy User … Continue reading

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TAW3 – free accessibility testing and reporting tool

Spotted via TAW3 is a free tool to test web pages against WCAG 1.0, developed by the Fundación CTIC. It is available both as an online version (which only offers a basic, single page check) and as a powerful … Continue reading

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Mickey Mouse Designers

I, along with many others in the web standards and accessibility designer community I’m sure, would love to hear why the new redesign of the Disney Store was not developed to W3C web standards and accessibility guidelines. They had such … Continue reading

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