You make the web more inclusive for everyone, everywhere, when you design with accessibility in mind. Let Laura Kalbag guide you through the accessibility landscape: understand disability and impairment challenges; get a handle on important laws and guidelines; and learn how to plan for, evaluate, and test accessible design. Leverage tools and techniques like clear copywriting, well-structured IA, meaningful HTML, and thoughtful design, to create a solid set of best practices.
The Inclusive Design Guidelines aim to help gain a better understanding of an inclusive design approach and practice its application in projects and processes. These Guidelines are concise and engaging guidelines for inclusive design, broken up into four sections: principles, practices, tools, and activities.
This is a list of scientific journals which are publishing research in the field of accessibility and/or universal usability/design, in close relation to ICT. Recently published conference proceedings and special issues are also included. The listed general disability journals also publish research in the field of accessibility and/or universal usability/design, but also recent work in other disability related topics (e.g. standars/standardization, ethics, legal issues, etc.).
Chapter from the book 'Supporting Dyslexic Adults in Higher Education and the Workplace' (2012). Abstract: 'At one time the use of computer-based or digital technologies was considered marginal to many learning and teaching practices, with most materials being produced on paper. Now in the UK most institutions offer a mix of environments with face-to-face situations'