Thursday, January 20, 2005

"The hardest part of Web accessibility, in my opinion, is the stuff outside the angle brackets." - Matt May

Matt May, Web Accessibility Specialist for the World Wide Web Consortium, has written an article for Digital Web Magazine called, Accessibility From The Ground Up.

It is a really good article to read for people that are new to web development or design. It goes over why web accessibility is important and how it fits into the various parts of web design development (i.e. flash, java script, tables).

"The hardest part of Web accessibility, in my opinion, is the stuff outside the angle brackets." - Matt May


He also talks about how it's important that the content needs to be accessible and easy to use. Some of the biggest usability and accessibility problems can run into having confusing and complex content.

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