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Current issue of DesignShops.com highlights accessibility

From: Wendy A Chisholm <chisholm@trace.wisc.edu>
Date: Wed, 08 Sep 1999 09:35:26 -0500
Message-Id: <Version.32.19990908092136.022a0f10@trace.wisc.edu>
To: w3c-wai-gl@w3.org, w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
Here is the summary of articles available from designshops.com in this
month's issue.



                                     Enabling Your Web Site 
                                      by Wendy Chisholm
                                     Not all Web surfers use the standard
graphical
                                     interface. In this article, Wendy
Chisholm
                                     discusses a wide variety of
disabilites and how
                                     they affect Web access. (Ian Jacobs
contributed to this story.)

                                     Are You Reaching the Widest Audience? 
                                      by Laurie Harrison
                                     Making your Web site barrier-free for
people with
                                     disabilities means greater
accessibility for all.
                                     Laurie Harrison offers some tips on
how to make
                                     your Web site accessible.

                                     Access Can be a Beautiful Thing 
                                     View Source Plus by Greg Reeves
                                     Showing what it's like to build an
accessible page
                                     in the real world, Greg Reeves shows
us how K2
                                     Design built the National Business and
Disability
                                     Council site.

                                     Accessing the Future 
                                      by Laurie Harrison
                                     Some principles for making sites
accessible to
                                     disabled users will also happen to
make them
                                     more accessible those using smart phones,
                                     wireless PDAs, car PCs, text-to-speech
and voice
                                     recognition. This article looks toward
the future and
                                     discusses some tips.

                                     References for Universal Design. 
                                      
                                     References to help you make your Web
site more
                                     accessible.
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