Accessibility Is Not Enough
22nd Nov 2005
In typical, blustery fashion, Jakob Nielsen decries that having an accessible web site isn't enough... it's got to be usable as well.
A strict focus on accessibility as a scorecard item doesn't help users with disabilities. To help these users accomplish critical tasks, you must adopt a usability perspective.
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