ANEC's comments on WCAG 2.0 Last Call (27 April 2006 version)

Dear W3C WAI WCAG group,


I am hereby submitting ANEC’s comments on the WCAG 2.0 Last Call, 27 April 2006 version.


As a general standpoint, ANEC considers Web accessibility to be of very high importance to consumers and appreciates the creation of these important guidelines.

The provision of our comments is done in a positive spirit, intended to further improve the final versions of the WCAG 2.0 series of documents. 

Our comments are more on the generic than specific level, and reflect issues of relevance to consumers- the focus of our organization.


We look forward to your reply and wish you good luck with the updating, as WCAG 2.0 now feels as a good, mature (and very voluminous!) specification.


With kindest regards,

Bruno von Niman

Bruno von Niman, M.Sc.

ANEC W3C Representative


Lead Expert

vonniman consulting

the ICT user experience company

Voice:           +46 733 66 1234                                Dalen 13   

Fax:              +46 733 60 9699                                SE- 132 45 Saltsjö-Boo   

Email:            <>                       Stockholm 


This message is intended for the addressee and/or its representative only. Any form of unauthorized 

use, publication, reproduction, copying or disclosure of the content of this e-mail is not permitted, unless 

otherwise explicitely stated. If you are not the intended recipient of this e-mail message and its contents, 

please notify the sender immediately and delete this message and all its attachments subsequently.



Received on Wednesday, 31 May 2006 20:26:48 UTC