Tag: Web Design and Development

Online Learning Resource Accessibility in a Lunchtime

David Sloan a research fellow  in the School of Computing,  University of Dundee, Dundee, Scotland,  writes about e-accessibility at  e-Accessibility Blog.  Via short, regular posts the blog comments  on developments in the field of web accessibility and inclusive digital communication. One of the strengths of the blog is an awareness of the fact that readers … Continue reading Online Learning Resource Accessibility in a Lunchtime

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The Practical and Legal Reasons Behind Designing for Accessibility

Writing for UX magazine, Gregory P. Care and Dan Ross  discuss The Practical and Legal Reasons Behind Designing for Accessibility. This informative article examines the benefits of designing their mobile apps and websites for accessibility, including avoiding legal liability. Accessibility is a central and, in many ways, fundamental component of user experience, so designers of … Continue reading The Practical and Legal Reasons Behind Designing for Accessibility

Useability vs. Accessibility

Recently I read an article, Usability vs. Accessibility which was included  in the December issue of the WebAim newsletter. The  article discusses the two concepts usability and accessibility as they pertain to websites and website design.  Although I thought the writing style was clunky and not particularly readable, especially by a non-techie, the author made … Continue reading Useability vs. Accessibility