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Website accessibility

Website Accessibility
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Today I attended a very interesting training session on Accessibility Statement Writing, run by some of the Disability Officers.

One point they stressed several times was to get an accessibility statement started and published, which could then be improved upon. They suggested using automated tools as a good place to start, although they wouldn’t catch every potential issue.

Useful links for reference:

(Image: Accessibility First, by Poakpong, via Flickr. Universal Access Design & Web Accessibility. Mekong ICT Camp 2010, Chiang Mai, THAILAND. Interesting to see the Thai keys on the keyboard!)