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MCU: Accessible Web Design Article: What is an accessible website?

From: Jim Byrne <j.byrne@gcal.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 24 Sep 2002 12:32:26 +0100
To: MCU List <j.byrne@gcal.ac.uk>, GCU <GCUAll@gcuexch.gcal.ac.uk>
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There is a new article on the Making Connections Unit website:

What is an accessible website? Attempting a definition.

It is an attempt to find a way of thinking about accessible web design that
addresses the needs of website producers, not just consumers.

If you have never read any of the articles on the Making Connections Unit
website before, this is the one to start with; I think it attempts to
address some important issues. I expect there will be people who don't agree
with the conclusions, or the approach taken to get to those conclusions - if
so, but don't keep your thoughts to yourself, add your comments to the page
or to the discussion forum. Or get in touch with me directly.

All the best,

Jim Byrne Project Director, The Making Connections Unit, Glasgow Caledonian
University, Glasgow G4 OBA, 0141 331 3893

Everything you need to know about publishing accessible information on the

Services: Website Accessibility Audits, Accessible Web design, Accessible
Website Management Training.

The Making Connections Unit: http://www.mcu.org.uk/
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