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From: Gemma Turner <gemma@2updesign.co.uk>
Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2006 09:04:53 +0000
To: public-comments-wcag20@w3.org
Message-Id: <468D8BF6-ACF0-11DA-B7C0-000393DA711C@2updesign.co.uk>
Good Morning,

I am a web designer keen to make my sites accessible to all users.

I was refered to your site by a charity I work for and felt glad at 
last to have one comprehensive source of information. I am sorry to 
say, that this wasn't the case. I find your website practically 
unuseable for my needs. I need to know some basic tips to boost my 
sites accessibility. Instead I have found alot of un-needed information 
cluttering up your worksheets. If you could produce a document I could 
read throughout one day which would enlighten me on my users this would 
be really helpful. I haven't got the time to wade through pages and 
pages written in baffling English to pick out the information which 
should be given readily.

I'm sure that there are other designers who want to design user 
friendly sites like me but are 'put off' by your site.

I hope I have brought this problem to your attention.


Gemma Turner
Tel: 01603 441 418
Mob: 07981 325 155

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