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Designing More Usable Web Sites

This section of Designing a More Usable World is dedicated to cooperative efforts linked toward building a more usable Web for all. At the present time, there are a number of interlocking and interrelated efforts. These include:


Accessible Web Guidelines

Reference Materials for Creating Accessible Web Sites


Web Access Tools

User Tools

Author Tools


Governmental Efforts


Selected Resources on Disability and Web Use

General

Screen Readers

Color Blindness

Statistics


Browsers with Built-in Voice or Other Access Features

Other Browser Resources


Forums for Discussing Accessibility Issues

The following discussion lists include information focused on the accessibility of web technologies, accessible web authoring and other related topics.


Multimedia and Virtual Reality Access


Background on the World Wide Web


Organizations, Projects and Technologies Addressing Web Access Issues

The following are sites which have large long-term multi-funded efforts directed toward Web access.


Past Projects and References

News Archive