75 percent WAI failures
29th Apr 2006
A report carried out by Nomensa shows that nearly 75 percent of FTSE 100 company websites fail to meet minimum accessibility requirements.
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Web 2.0: A step backwards for accessibility?
In 2004 the Disability Rights Commission (DRC) undertook a survey of over 1,000 UK websites and found just 19 percent managed to reach Level 'A' of WC [...]
FREE accessibility statement
Need an accessibility statement for your site? Thierry Koblentz has produced one, with the help of some accessibility friends, which you can freely us [...]
Mozilla's accessibility vision
An overview of what Mozilla has planned for future software releases in terms of accessibility. [...]
Accessibility In Trouble 2: Standards
Mike Davies reckons web accessibility is heading for trouble. [...]
Accessibility Is Not Enough
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 [...]
New to CSS? Try out these useful tips which highlight good CSS practices that benefit accessibility. [...]
Advanced Accessibility Techniques
Trenton Moss shares a few accessibility tips in an article at Out-Law.com [...]
The Business Case for Web Accessibility is an article written by Andy Budd, and well worth reading if you design websites for business clients. [...]
Blind Web surfers sue for accessibility
More accessibility news about online shops and blind people. [...]
Beyond guidelines: Advanced accessibility techniques
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