Accessible Web Design: Online Resources

Access All WWW Areas - What designers should know about web accessibility This link will open a new browser window.

http://www.accessibility.nl/internet/ebrochure/brochure/index.html?langid=1

This online brochure from the Bartiméus Accessibility Foundation This link will open a new browser window. (www.accessibility.nl) contains extensive information you can use to build accessible websites. It offers an introduction on the advantages of accessible design, the use of Web standards and national policies and legislation.

Accessibility From the Ground Up This link will open a new browser window.

http://www.digital-web.com/articles/accessibility_from_the_ground_up

A Primer for the Web Designer. Article in Digital-Web Magazine (January 20, 2005).

AccessIT - Knowledge Base Articles This link will open a new browser window.

http://www.washington.edu/accessit/faqs.php?Button=QA

A complete list of Knowledge Base articles on topics such as Distance Learning, Video and Multimedia Products, Web-based Information and Applications, and others. The National Center on Accessible Information Technology in Education (AccessIT) at the University of Washington serves to increase the access of individuals with disabilities to information technology in educational institutions at all academic levels nationwide.

Adobe's Accessibility Resource Center This link will open a new browser window.

http://www.adobe.com/accessibility/

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This list is also available for download as a Microsoft Word document: Accessible Web Design: Online Resources(MS Word) This link will open a new browser window.