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When you are accountable for the consumer event, improvement, or process for an internet site, an online for everybody can help you are making your website available with out sacrificing layout or innovation. Rooted in common layout ideas, this ebook presents suggestions: functional recommendation and examples of ways to create websites that everybody can use.

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CONTENTS How to Use This Book Frequently Asked Questions Foreword CHAPTER 1 A Web for Everyone Understanding the Accessibility Equation Accessibility Inclusive design Building a Framework for Accessible User Experience Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Principles of Universal Design Design Thinking Using Design Thinking for Accessibility Summary CHAPTER 2 People First: Designing for Differences Know Your Audience About Personas What舗s in the Personas? Meet the Personas Summary CHAPTER 3 Clear Purpose: Well-Defined Goals How Clear Purpose Supports Accessibility How to Design for a Clear Purpose Start with purpose and goals Design for clarity and simplicity Think 舠accessibility first舡 Make templates accessible, too Choose an accessibility strategy Who Is Responsible for Clear Purpose Summary Profile: Simple and Usable with Giles Colborne CHAPTER 4 Solid Structure: Built to Standards How Solid Structure Supports Accessibility How to Create a Solid Structure Code content to be machine-readable Code to standards Use standard web technologies Organize code for clarity and flow Use stylesheets to separate content and presentation Use semantic markup for content Who Is Responsible for a Solid Structure?

You may be a team lead with a mandate from leadership to make accessibility a product differentiator. You might have learned that your organization is under scrutiny from disability rights organizations. You may be an advocate for people with disabilities, looking for ways to make a case for accessibility to a product design team. No matter your title or skills, you are probably a member of a team that brings together many skills and roles to the task of building products. And you are thinking about accessibility.

In addition to standards that are specifically about accessibility, the WAI works with other W3C standards projects, including the HTML5 standard, the next version of the basic language of the web. This standard is critical to making a web for everyone, because there, at the core, is where the basic structures make it easier舒or harder舒to make a site or application accessible. org/WAI/intro/people-use-web/). 0) are organized under four foundational principles, which conveniently form the acronym POUR: 舦 Perceivable: Information and user interface components must be presented to users in ways they can see or hear.

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